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Mindful Leadership Team Training
January 29 @ 8:00 am - January 30 @ 3:30 pm
January 29 & 30, 2019 from 8:00am – 3:30pm
This training is for schools participating in our training and mentoring program to support FULL school/district implementation. Please contact Allison Morgan if you are interested in joining us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We help you develop a mindful leadership team, comprised of your own faculty. Our two-day training allows schools/district to sustain, maintain and continue to develop the culture of mindfulness within your school.
A two-day training with follow-up video calls with Allison Morgan
*This program also requires approximately four hours of self-study materials prior to the training day.
*Districts select 2-3 members of their own faculty to learn methods for growing and sustaining these practices throughout the school/district. Individuals selected should already be implementing the practices with students. Your MLT is most effective when it is comprised of a classroom educator as well as faculty who are have the scheduling flexibility to support other classrooms. This role is best suited for therapists, guidance counselor, social worker, administrator, etc.
- Help districts affordably and effectively integrate breath, movement and mindfulness school-wide, to nurture and sustain a model of implementation from the inside.
- Provide your in-district team (comprised of your staff) with the support, resources and training to teach colleagues through in-services and workshops, lead practices in other classrooms, in team meetings or before/after school for faculty, cultivate a culture of mindfulness and a climate of positivity within the district.
- Engage a continuous improvement model assisting the MLT to return with a turnkey plan that matches the values and needs of the district.
Utilize new tools to assist in evaluating the impact of the program within your schools
This training day was an excellent experience. The techniques presented are very easy to follow and soothing for everyone. I believe that my school really needs mindfulness as a tool, resource and an implemented norm for our students and staff. We all need to learn how to calm. I am honored to have been chosen to turn-key this wonderful information to our staff. We all need this!
-–High School Counselor