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Learning Brought to Life “Developing and Sustaining High Performing Teams”

4 May, 2022 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm UTC+10

What do high functioning teams look like and what does it take to get there?

As leaders, you each enter into a team environment under different circumstances. Some inherit a team, some develop a team from scratch, some have large teams, some have small teams. Most teams have some element of difference. As a leader, understanding where your team is at is the first step you should take before stepping into the realm of high functioning.

This session introduces learners to theory identifying the crucial elements needed and the stages that teams will go through in order to reach the standard of a high performing team. This will also extend into the value succession planning, ensuring that whatever your team applies along the way remains sustainable into the future, and not just a current fad.

This session aims to support the learner to:

  • Understand the stages of team development;
  • Understand the indicators of a high functioning team;
  • Identify signs of dysfunction; and
  • Identify and develop future leaders.


Sharron Kelly-Campbell

Sharron is a values-based leader who believes in the importance of helping others understand their impact and leadership potential. To summarise Sharron’s professional experiences, Sharron has a strong background in following areas:

  • Family & Children’s Services
  • Leadership and Team Development
  • Local Government

Sharron’s career began over two decades ago, delivering Before and After School Care to children in her late teens. Twenty something years on, she has explored most service types delivered to families and children, covering some of the smallest, and the largest services delivered across the state of Victoria.

Each of Sharron’s professional experiences have provided her with the opportunity to improve structures, processes and outputs, but more importantly, to build the capacity of others. Though Sharron’s formal roles provided her with a particular set of responsibilities, she frequently explored ways to increase her influence and opportunities to connect across the organisations that she worked within.

Sharron has supported the delivery of organisational outcomes such as the roll out of an Organisational Cultural Inventory (OCI), departmental restructures, cultural development and the planning and delivery of organisation wide training programs.

With qualifications including a Bachelor of Applied Management, Diploma in Community Services – Children’s Services and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Sharron offers a range of both practical and technical expertise to her work.

Sharron delivers training with energy, engagement and purpose. The goal is always to influence the growth and development of individuals and their teams, knowing the impact that these leaders can have in improving outcomes to the community.

The meeting will be held via Zoom video conference due to COVID-19, the link will be sent to you via email upon registration.

Please note: a camera and speaker will be required on your PC or laptop to connect to the meeting. Alternatively, you can download the Zoom app on your smartphone and join the meeting via your phone.

Donate today – Give our most vulnerable children the best start to life!

The Early Childhood Education Foundation strives to ensure that children from families experiencing financial difficulties have access to a funded kindergarten program which will enhance their opportunities to succeed in life. Our mission is to support vulnerable children to attend kindergarten programs to help build their brains and bodies now and set them up for positive health in the future.

Research demonstrates the important role of high-quality early childhood education experiences on children’s development. However, the cost of sending children to a kindergarten program for disadvantaged families and carers is often a barrier to attendance. There are thousands of children across Victoria in need of our support.

Every dollar invested helps our most vulnerable children and assists with breaking the cycle of inter-generational disadvantage.

Learning Brought To Life Gold Sponsor


4 May, 2022
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
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