Improving how we communicate & relate to one another
It has been said that, “If you change the conversation, then there is every chance you will change everything that surrounds it – your relationships with colleagues, how you get on with your family and friends, your very ability to accomplish whatever you want.” (Jackson & Waldman, 2011, p.7). Interactions between school leaders and teachers; between teachers and teachers; between teachers and administrators; and between teachers and parents, make up the greater part of school life.
Perhaps even more importantly, in a school, the learning conversations between teachers and students are at the heart of what a school is all about.
At GCI we believe that developing coaching skills and approaches is an powerful way to enable educational communities to flourish, with benefits to learners, educators and leaders.