Do teachers need energy to teach? Do students need energy to learn? And is how we process information central to our educational success? If you answered, “Yes” to these questions, then you know that type preferences are key to great teaching and learning. Come and experience the different learning styles, understand how type concepts help educators share and improve practices to meet the needs of more students, work with strategies that improve learning for students whose needs aren’t always met in “regular” schools. And of course explore how we can introduce these ideas and best practices to educators.
Helping leaders develop greater self-mastery and clearer focus so they can become the leaders others want to follow Only a few leadership development efforts produce better leaders. Why? They fail to account for context, are detached from the real work of leadership, underestimate key biases, or fail to measure results. This program provides a toolkit that helps you and your clients avoid all of these traps. Intentional Leadership features Proven tools for self-awareness to help leaders understand their strengths, how related blind spots mightcontribute to leadership derailment, and how their profile compares to other leaders Explore using the frameworks of psychological type (popularized through the MBTI®) and emotional intelligence for coaching conversations around roles and priorities. A leadership framework that encompasses 12 key leadership concerns to help leaders understand which roles best fit their natural styles, which they tend to overlook, and which are most essential to reaching specific goals The 12 Lenses of Intentional Leadership were derived from research on essential leadership tasks and describe 12 key tensions leaders face. A focusing process leaders can use again and again to choose the right priorities given who they are, who they are leading, their current realities, and where they need to go Guide clients through the Intentional Leadership process as, with a specific goal in mind, they sift through priorities, the Leadership Lenses, and their own profile to develop a clear plan for action. “The Intentional Leadership Process helped me quickly clarify a messy and complicated issue and crystallize a plan to address it” – University Provost “Intentional Leadership is focused, relevant, efficient and effective. I highly recommend adding it to your leadership development tool kit.” – Executive Coach Course Prerequisites: Certification for a Jungian type instrument (MBTI®, GPTPTM, JTI®, MTI®, etc.) OR Jungian type theory course (in-depth) such as those offered by Linda Berens Institute,Type Academy in England, or TripleT in New Zealand Evidence of coaching experience or training (ICF certification or equivalent experience) or counseling training – contact email@example.com with questions about your qualifications Certification Requirements: 1-Day attendees can be certified as Intentional Leadership Coaches upon completing the Intentional Leadership Coach process with at least one client and submitting the client’s final Priority Checklist Requirements for 12 ICF CCE credits include Workshop attendance Attendance at two four-hour webinars (scheduled for November) on working with Intentional Leadership Priority Checklists and using the online Intentional Leadership Audit, Resource Library, and Leadership Investment strategy. Registration Includes Coursework and: A copy of Intentional Leadership by Dr. Jane Kise and the Intentional Leadership Priority Cards Priority Checklist ™ for a personal leadership goal – and two more for clients if submitted within 90 days of completing the course Intentional Leadership Cert Brussels 2014 — Brochure and complete information