Dr Helen Goode has had many years of experience in the education in teaching, leadership and consulting roles.
In addition to her work as a lecturer in the Master of Education program at Melbourne University, she operates her own educational consultancy business specialising in mentoring and coaching of people in leadership roles, leadership development and leader, school and organisational reviews.
Her research interests and work includes sustainability of successful leadership, marketing in schools and the role of coaching in building leadership capacity.
PhD. The University of Melbourne (2017)
Master of Education, The University of Melbourne (1997)
Graduate Diploma of Educational Administration, The University of Melbourne (1995)
Graduate Diploma of Student Welfare, The University of Melbourne (1993)
Bachelor of Arts, Deakin University (1982)
Trained Primary Teachers Certificate Latrobe University.
Other qualifications :
Trained facilitator: Seven Habits of Highly Effective People (Stephen Covey)
Trained facilitator: Principle Centred Leadership (Stephen Covey)
Trained facilitator: Myers Briggs Type Indicator
Trained facilitator: Myers Briggs Team Development
Trained facilitator and coach: MLQ (Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire) Full Range Leadership Development
Trained facilitator: MLQ Team Leadership
Trained facilitator: Workplace Conferencing
In the Master of Education program at The University of Melbourne, I teach in the following subjects:
- Personal and Interpersonal Leadership
- Leading the Educational Organization
- Managing the Educational Organization
- Marketing and Innovation in Education
- Leading Teacher Quality
- Leading a Learning Community
- Understanding Schools Research
My areas of interest in research pertain to leadership.
- I have been part of the International Successful School Principals Project (ISSPP) since its inception in 2001.
- I am:
- a member of the International School Leadership Development Network (ISLDN)
- a convenor of the European Educational Research Association (ECER) Network 26- Educational Leadership.
- an inaugural member of the Asia Leadership Roundtable.
- Research interests and work includes sustainability of successful leadership, marketing in schools and the role of coaching in building leadership capacity. Over the last 20 years and I have presented at numerous conferences, both nationally and internationally and published widely.
I was made a Fellow of the Australian Council of Educational Leaders of Victoria, in 2016, a Fellow of the National ACEL and in 2018, a Research Fellow of the Education University of Hong Kong.