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[HEADTEACHERS] – Is Fixing Other People’s Problems Harming Your School?

by Annie Boate

[HEADTEACHERS] – Is Fixing Other People’s Problems Harming Your School?

by Annie Boate

by Annie Boate
https://youtu.be/_e4nYpv4WBA

HEADTEACHERS – Is fixing other people’s problems stopping you from being an effective leader?

Learn how to re-focus on what’s important – strategic leadership.

As a Head, there’s nothing worse than constantly having to deal with everyone else’s problems as well as your own!

I know that Heads often feel frustrated at being pulled away from important strategic work by having to sort out everyone else’s problems. When you add that to an already heavy workload, it’s no wonder that Heads feel overwhelmed at times.

So how can you stop this happening?

When your staff complete our online “Coach Approach” training, they’ll develop powerful skills in ‘questioning’ and ‘listening’, which are the foundations of positive interactions. These skills will lead to a reduction in conflict situations.

They’ll also learn how to take greater responsibility for finding their own solutions, their problems, and all of this will greatly improve their confidence, independence and self-reliance, which for you means more time for the important strategic stuff.

I’m Annie Boate, CEO at Coaching in Schools.

To support schools during coronavirus. We’ve drastically reduced the price of this course for a short period. Go to bit.ly/thecoachapproach to see the details and apply, so that your staff can take back responsibility for finding their own solutions, and most importantly, free you to do what you do best – Be strategic.

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