Every leader should have a trusted thought partner
“Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It’s helping them to learn rather than teaching them.” -Tim Galloway
Leadership is challenging. Leading a small school presents unique hurdles. Engaging with a coach who has been the leader of a small school and who can listen, reflect, and support provides leaders with a valuable opportunity to process, learn, and grow.
Included in Coaching:
Self-assessment related to leading a small school
Regular meetings: in-person or by video-conference
Coaching and mentoring
Benefits of Coaching:
Individual Coaching provides:
Regular, scheduled meetings where your agenda, goals, and issues are addressed.
A safe, positive forum for you to share and explore concerns and questions.
Structured focus on identifying and achieving your own personal goals.
Positive, honest, constructive feedback and challenging questions to stretch you.
Individual Coaching will likely be beneficial if you are:
A leader of a small school
Interested in becoming a school leader
Wanting to develop your leadership skills
Seeking support in clarifying, pursuing, or achieving personal or professional goals
Lacking professional colleagues with whom you can be completely candid
Searching for support in identifying solutions for your organization’s challenges
Interested in developing your communication skills
Brooke's coaching has provided me with the tools (and, dare I say the permission?!), to dig deep inside of myself and see that I really do have the answers. I have learned to trust my instinct, be comfortable with discomfort, and grow!
Brooke and I have spent quite a bit of time unpacking the relationship between the Head of School and the Board of Trustees. As a brand new head of school, Brooke has provided me with the tools to develop this partnership. Both my board chair and I are quite pleased with the results! -Liz Baker, Head of School, GreenMount School