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The Dialogic Learning Weekly #158

Welcome - wow! What a big first week for me and Chad as the next chapter of Dialogic Learning commenc
The Dialogic Learning Weekly
The Dialogic Learning Weekly #158
By Tom Barrett • Issue #158 • View online
Welcome - wow! What a big first week for me and Chad as the next chapter of Dialogic Learning commences.
I have been thinking and tinkering around with a first week of induction for a long time. It was great to have shared the experience with Chad across these last five days.
I challenged him to share something with you all this week - so here is his first week at Dialogic Learning, in his own words.

Putting Relationships First
I am excited to be joining Tom at Dialogic Learning and know that our collaboration will be one of strength. Having an extensive teaching and leadership background, I understand and value the educational needs of schools and how to maximise impact.
I am passionate about learning design, the spaces that we occupy, and supporting high-performing teams. I know this aligns with Dialogic Learning’s approach.
This week we spent time with school leaders at six different schools and architects from two companies in Adelaide and Sydney. Relationships are always essential to establish and even more important to maintain. I really enjoyed meeting existing and potential new clients. Spending time investing in people is something that we value.
Email me at and join me on Twitter and LinkedIn, especially if we have not previously connected. I love meeting new people, so drop me a note and we can see how we might collaborate.
~ Chad
Dialogic Learning on LinkedIn
It is great that I have had the chance to introduce you, dear reader, to Chad as well - it has been a week of “putting relationships first” and you are part of this journey too.
Thanks for exploring this week’s newsletter. See you next Friday.
~ Tom 
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