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Coaching Skills For Educational Leaders

[2 Day Program]

The responsibilities of a school leadership position are complex - demanding a mind shift from classroom teacher to leader and then coach.

  • How do you handle difficult situations sensitively – without alienating people?
  • How can you help teachers to aspire to better performance, without offending them?
  • What can you do to develop their trust?
  • How can you hold them accountable for their actions – and avoid wasting your time?

Learn simple, practical and effective strategies for helping colleagues and team members improve their teaching skills or class management – respectfully.


Participants will be able to:

  • look for individual strengths and potential – then lift expectations
  • use practical questioning techniques
  • use observation tools to help people where and when they need it
  • assert themselves in coaching situations without causing defensiveness
  • use a structured, reflective process and strategies for keeping all people accountable
  • Practise with and take away a personal Tool Kit of resources

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What Other Educational Leaders Have Said:

"Your course, Coaching Skills for Education Leaders provides a fantastic model for coaching in an educational context. We have (since) been through 2 cycles of coaching, with all members of the team very positive and enthusiastic about how the sessions went. We have also settled on an MFAC Coaching model (and) we are also developing some SMART Goals posters to go into classrooms of those involved in the PD as continual reminders of the coaching cycle. I will keep in touch with our progress."
Scott Moore. Acting Senior Primary Deputy, Matthew Flinders Anglican College, Buderim. QLD

"A lot of information; worthwhile and practical; notes informative; opportunities to set own goals which are relevant to our work context."
J. Charles, Nazareth Catholic College, Findon. SA

"I really found it valuable, having provided me with a different way of working with people.  It built on what I know but it has given me a framework to apply knowledge/skills."
M Hemming, Principal, St Joseph’s School. West Hindmarsh, SA

"I now need to make my coaching relationships a more equal partnership – where they take on some responsibility too."
Jonathan Heard. Teaching & Learning Coach, Altona-Bayside Education Precinct

"Very non-threatening and most importantly planned and designed according to our specific needs."
[Catholic Education Office]

"Very good value - to go home armed with strategies."
Jim Konjarski, Deer Park Secondary College