Asking Powerful Questions are a key part of the coaching conversation as well as one of the 11 core coaching competencies of the ICF. Powerful Questions are an area as coaches we may be working with our clients (team, ...
"Can you be a success in the world of business and still be mindful? What exactly does it mean to be "mindful" anyway? According to Mirabai Bush, one of the creators of a mindfulness course developed..."
An interesting pattern begins to emerge when you look at which issues leaders seem to struggle with clearly identifying as areas of weakness or risk within their organization.
Consider them Blind Spots – those unseen things that create danger that we don’t react to until too late. Excelling at never being blind to these issues will clearly make the difference between being average and being great in your career.
As someone who loves Edcamp, I hate (really, really hate) top-down, didactic meetings. In many ways, it’s a waste of time. If you're just going to tell me what to do (without my input), save us both a lot of grief and write me an explicit memo or email. With that being said, I love (really, really love) collaborative meetings where everyone’s ideas are honored and shared. However, running a collaborative meeting can be risky (whether your audience is adults or kids). If you’re in the process of planning a faculty meeting, consider the following tips (taken from a recent meeting I observed in a fantastic school in New Haven, CT) to make your meeting more collaborative.
Maybe you've found your way to coaching through a recommendation from a friend or colleague, or maybe you met one of the W4C3's coaches or contacts. No matter how you got here, if you've signed up for coaching, you're ...
Screener for The 7 Habits of Highly Ineffective Educators distributed by Contemporary Arts Media http://www.artfilms.com.au Trainers love its flexibility, re... (#ACU_EDFD a fun video helping studying teachers decide on their future pedagogy!
Change is inevitable in life and education. The key is to connect change in education to student learning, which is why we have a public education system in the first place. What plans do you have to make 2012-2013 a successful school year?
Oscar Coaching Model By: Jackie Wang This coaching model “OSCAR” has been developed with several considerations – ICF competencies, ease of application and values and beliefs that I believe are essential to both the ...
The Sky's the Limit: 16 Must-Read Quotes from Michael Fullan's StratosphereEducation Week News (blog)His most recent contribution, Stratosphere: Integrating Technology, Pedagogy, and Change Knowledge , is very short and very optimistic.
When I started cycling to and from the train every day, it was pretty challenging. The entire three kilometers was hills, so there were a lot of ups and downs. At the same time, I was just starting to build my teaching schedule ...
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