Educators deserve time for themselves and strategies to make the most of that time. One way to do that is through using reading and journaling as self care. I wrote a whole series on reading and journaling as educator self care that you can access by clicking HERE. (You’ll need to scroll to the bottom of the page if you want to read the posts in the order they were published.) Educators also deserve coaching in their lives. I don’t just mean coaching on how they interact with students and colleagues or how they interact with and present their content, but rather coaching that supports them as they navigate their complex lives. I wrote about this in a previous post you can access by clicking HERE.
I believe this so profoundly that I am offering 3 months of complimentary virtual executive life coaching to up to two educators.
Because I love words, highly regard their power to transform individuals and societies, and because I understand the emotional load that accompanies helping learners wrestle with self-expression, I’m offering the complimentary coaching to educators who daily help learners access, navigate, and use the written word. People I have in mind are writing center faculty and staff, writing instructors, literature instructors, English teachers, reading specialists, librarians, etc. (K-12 and higher ed). But you know who you are and how you show up in the world. If I didn’t name your particular role, but you still help learners access, navigate, and use the written word, please feel free to apply.
The 3 months of executive life coaching includes 6 one-on-one 45 minute sessions of coaching via Zoom and access to all materials (ie: worksheets, videos, data tracking, etc.) offered through my online coaching platform. Coaching will run September 2021 through November 2021.
This is a $1000 value.
The application opens 7/1/21 and closes 7/31/21.
Please apply and pass along the opportunity to anyone you think may be interested. If you have questions, post them in the comments, so everyone can benefit.