Leadership Coaching for Educators: Bringing Out the Best in School Administrators (2nd Revised edition)

Leadership Coaching for Educators: Bringing Out the Best in School Administrators (2nd Revised edition)

By: Karla Reiss (editor)Paperback

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In this book, educational coaching consultant, Karla Reiss, aims to help districts gain a clear understanding of the process and skills of competent coaching necessary to plan for programs that truly support educational change. It will serve as a resource for training coaches - instructional, literacy, math, classroom, and so on - and for creating a coaching system schoolwide. Aligned to the International Coach Federation's Professional Coaching Core Competencies and incorporating "know how" from the world of professional coaching, the book will clarify and explain the role of coach and the skills coaches need for successful coaching as well as guide educators on developing, designing, and implementing a successful coaching program.

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About Author

Learn more about Karla Reiss' PD offerings Karla Reiss is the award winning author of Leadership Coaching for Educators; Bringing Out the Best in School Administrators. She founded The Change Place, LLC in 2004, a coaching and consulting firm dedicated to the continuous improvement of individuals, teams and organizations after 30 years in education, publishing and sales. She and her team of certified coaches offer several levels of coaching training programs to leaders of school systems, government and non-profit organizations, businesses and individuals who wish to learn a coaching style of leadership, including Powerful Coaching for Powerful Results(TM) certification program, CKEY; Coaching Kids, Empowering Youth(TM) and various related programs. The Change Place, LLC also provides executive and leadership coaching services, workplace and leadership assessments and products that support others to lead professional and personal change. She is also a frequent speaker at national, state and local conferences. As a school administrator, Reiss worked with more than 50 school districts in a variety of school improvement roles, the majority as coordinator of professional development at Western Suffolk (NY) Board of Cooperative Education Services. She has conducted numerous professional development programs and school improvement opportunities for K-12 staff and district leaders. She is certified in strategic planning and served on the New York State Education Department's statewide steering committee for Comprehensive District Education Planning. She was president of New York State Staff Development Council and served on the Executive Board of the Long Island Association for Curriculum and Staff Development. Karla Reiss is a graduate from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching in 2002 and received additional coach training at the College of Executive Coaching. She holds a bachelor of science degree, a master's degree in special education and a professional diploma in school district administration. Her professional and personal inspiration and transition into the world of coaching was a result of the invitation to participate in Oxygen TV's program, The Life Makeover Project in 2002. She has applied all of the coaching techniques and strategies described in this book to her own life and now helps others courageously transition their lives, leadership style and organizations to fulfill their goals, hopes and dreams.

Contents

List of Figures Preface Acknowledgments About the Author PART I: MAKING A CASE FOR LEADERSHIP COACHING 1. Why Coaching? Why Now? PART II: COACHING MINDSETS AND SKILL SETS 2. Getting Started as a Coach 3. Core Coaching Competencies 1-4 4. Core Coaching Competencies 5-7 5. Core Coaching Competencies 8-11 PART III: ENSURING SUCCESS THROUGH COACHING 6. Strategies to Break Through Resistance 7. Powerful Coaching in Action 8. Implementing Successful Coaching Conclusion Resource A: Attributes of a Great Coach: Self-Assessment Resource B: Coachee Readiness Checklist Resource C: International Coach Federation Professional Coaching Core Competencies Resource D: International Coach Federation Code of Ethics Resource E: What's the Difference? Resource F: Examining Limiting Beliefs Resource G: The POWERful Coaching Framework(TM): Conducting a POWERful Coaching Session Resource H: Professional Coaching Plan: Quarterly Goals and Initial Actions Resource I: Coaching Session Action Planner Resource J: Useful Assessment Tools to Use in Coaching Resource K: Successful Coaching Implementation Checklist References Index

Product Details

  • publication date: 21/05/2015
  • ISBN13: 9781483359151
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 328
  • ID: 9781483359151
  • weight: 680
  • ISBN10: 1483359158
  • edition: 2nd Revised edition

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