The Breakthrough Coach
How to Work Less, Produce More and Still Get the Job Done in a Sensible School Week
October 18 & 19, 2016 | Yorktown Heights, NY
Presented by The Breakthrough Coach in partnership with Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES
School administrators today are laboring 60+ hours per week, and yet they struggle to do their most important work - being in classrooms and making instruction the highest priority. Many are at the breaking point because of the complex scope, hours and stress of their jobs.
The Breakthrough Coach has helped thousands of educational leaders worldwide get into classrooms regularly to guide and support teachers so that students receive quality instruction. At the same time, these leaders have been able to dramatically reduce their workloads by 15-20 hours every week.
With a proven method that has reshaped the lives of administrators across the globe, The Breakthrough Coach provides you with a proven structure to:
- Spend 2 full days each week observing classrooms
- Work more efficiently
- Empower and coach your staff
- Achieve work/life balance
- Raise student achievement
- …all in a sensible work week.
About The Breakthrough Coach
The Breakthrough Coach is an educational training firm that supports school administrators to be transformational leaders who achieve student success in a sensible workweek.
With a track record of reducing administrators’ workloads by 15-20 hours per week AND multiplying their time in classrooms by 500%, TBC’s Management Methodology ™ teaches school leaders how to build productive front-office environments that then free them up to focus on creating sustainable, school-wide improvement.
For over 15 years, TBC's programs have been foundational for new administrators, and life-altering for experienced ones. The Breakthrough Coach is profound - the answer to how to increase student achievement and have a healthy personal life.
Please click here for more information on The Breakthrough Coach at Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES.
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