Collaborative Mentoring 

One of the main causes of burnout is unhealthy collaborative dynamics within the culture of the workplace. In particular, within education, when educators feel isolated from their peers and administrators, they report higher levels of stress and frustration. Our approach to collaboration is to bring people back together on a human-level and teach the skills necessary to have a healthy relational culture.

The skills we focus on are: ​

  • How to build relational awareness

  • How to have difficult conversations

  • How to develop the necessary empathy

  • How to understand your own story 

Whole Staff Training

We can work with a whole staff to develop the skills necessary for healthy collaborative relationships. We address some of the root causes of unhealthy dynamics and begin helping individuals recognize the importance of connection versus isolation in education.

Teachers within their first five years of practice need extra care and attention when it comes to building the skills necessary to be a resilient educator. Our practices focus on creating a community of learnings of new teachers who are ready to take on the challenges that lie before them. 

One-on-One Mentoring

Our approach to one-on-one mentoring is based on the theories and practices of Cognitive Coaching and Leverage Leadership. We believe in using goal-oriented self-reflections to drive improvement. We also believe in the essentials of balancing support and accountability in any mentoring relationship. 

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"Mentoring is a process of becoming, not an unimpeded march to perfection." - Max DePree

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