4 Conversations You Can Use to Hold Teachers Accountable
Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:
- When a teacher violates an agreement Bosses issue mandates and threats, Leaders try to convince or cajole people to change, but Builders have a strategic conversation that gets to the root of the problem and secures a firm commitment from teachers to be more accountable in the future.
- There are four strategic conversational frameworks you can use. Once you understand them, you can choose the right framework based on your goals and the will and skill of the teacher you are addressing.
- Choosing the right conversation and then following up means fewer headaches, less tension, and more commitment from teachers going forward.
Have you ever wished there were some magic words you could say to help teachers instantly take more ownership and accountability? Well, I’m sorry to tell you, there isn’t. But, there is something ALMOST as good. In this episode, we’re talking about 4 Strategic Conversations you can have with teachers to help them be more accountable. You’ll learn how to conduct all four and plus you can download a really cool freebie this week that will show you when you should use each type of conversation depending on your situation below.