What Are You Waiting For?

About a year ago I started noticing a specific trend in my conversations. From the #coachbetter podcast, to coaching calls for The Coach microcredential, to conversations in our Private Mentoring program, I kept hearing a similar message from the female educators I was talking to. Although many were in a position of influential leadership, mostly…

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Pandemic Coping Strategies: Lessons from Living Abroad

The coronavirus outbreak over the last few months has been an unbelievably stressful time for all of us. We are all trying to react, adjust and cope with an entirely unprecedented situation that is affecting everyone around the planet. In my work with, and experience as an, international school teacher(s), I have been really fortunate…

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6 Ways Coaches Can Support Teachers During Remote Learning

In the past five years, I have been doing quite a lot of remote coaching: through our Eduro Learning, The Coach Microcredential as well as our Private Mentoring program. I meet with teachers, school leaders, and coaches every day for individual and team coaching sessions. I absolutely love (and am super grateful for) the opportunity…

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6 Weeks & Counting: Lessons from COVID-19 School Closures

It’s hard to believe it’s already been six weeks since schools in China, Hong Kong and Vietnam closed due to COVID-19. As the pandemic spreads, schools in every other region in the world are beginning to follow suit. Although this situation is very stressful, often confusing and pretty scary for all of us, those that…

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School’s Closed, But Learning Doesn’t Have to Stop

If you’re currently living in the Asia region, you’ve probably been impacted by the #coronavirus. Most of my friends and colleagues who are working in international schools in China are dealing with long-term, indefinite school closures. And, here in Bangkok, schools are getting prepared for potential interruptions as well. But, of course, that doesn’t mean…

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