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Anita Bašić

Senior Executive Coach and Trainer


Relevant Qualifications and Skills

ILM Level 7 Certificate in Executive and Business Coaching
National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) – National College of School Leaders (NCSL)
Specialist Leader in Education (National College School Leadership)
Lead Practitioner (Specialist Schools and Academies Trust – SSAT)
Accelerating Achievement for Maths project leader – Bradford Local Authority
Presenter at National Business and Enterprise Conference, Birmingham
Advanced Skills Teacher
BA(Hons) English/Qualified Teacher Status

Special areas include:

Leadership approaches and management techniques
Professional and personal development planning
Outstanding teaching and learning
Developing coaching cultures in organisations
Talent management programmes including: Emerging/Aspiring Leaders & Middle and Senior Leader Development Programmes
Performance Management Approaches


Relevant experience

Anita is a Senior Executive Coach and Trainer. Prior to this Anita was a respected and experienced Deputy Headteacher with responsibility for teaching and learning and staff development at a successful, large West Yorkshire secondary school. She has extensive training experience in a number of contexts and has devised and delivered programmes nationally. She is a well-respected facilitator for teachingleaders and coaches a number of senior educationalists in the field of leadership of teaching and learning. Anita is designated a Specialist Leader in Education and is working to develop a number of leadership programmes with Headteachers in the North of England. In addition, Anita has financial services management experience in banking and property development.


Current Clients Include

NCSL, teachingleaders, Bradford LA, Leeds, Bradford, Buckinghamshire and Sussex secondary schools


Testimonials

“Anita is an outstanding trainer. She has marvellous enthusiasm, dynamism and energy, but on top of that, also a depth of knowledge that ensures her sessions are both interesting and engaging.” – Secondary Headteacher, West Sussex