If you want to make a true impact on the teaching profession you need to adjust the way you lead others with a confidence that is silent but effective. Tune in to hear 5 tips on how the best teacher leaders personalize the learning experience of others to ensure they grow as professionals during their lifetime career as educators.
- Let the learner do the leading
- [Leaders] don’t have much to say but in being silent they say so much
- The quietest person in the room is often the most knowledgeable
- I am here to do this important work WITH you, not tell you how to do it and leave you hanging
- I want your example to enter the room before your mouth
- Great coaches shouldn’t be seen
- You are best utilized behind the scenes personalizing the experience for every teacher, not talking about your golden days.
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