8 Strategies to Tackle Imposter Syndrome

8 Strategies to Tackle Imposter Syndrome

Ug. Most of us know this feeling of “imposter syndrome”. That feeling of not being knowledgeable, experienced, or skilled enough for that next step, when you catch yourself thinking: “Who am I to speak with authority on this topic? What do I...
Key Elements for Successful Lesson Observation

Key Elements for Successful Lesson Observation

Do you do classroom observations as a coach? Have you ever thought about them being an opportunity to build leadership skills? They are! As a coach, lesson observations can be part of an established coaching cycle or can provide an opportunity to gather evidence and...
5 Self Care Tips for Instructional Coaches

5 Self Care Tips for Instructional Coaches

Coaching is absolutely my favorite role in education. Why? Not only do we get to help teachers grow and thrive, we see the ripple effects of this work on hundreds, if not thousands of students around the globe! But to do this well, we need to take care of ourselves....
Coaching Up!

Coaching Up!

How do you work with your school leaders, as a coach? Do you find that you and your building administrator are not always in alignment about your coaching role? This is a hot topic inside The Coach Certificate and Mentorship Program – and with my private...