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Escaping The School Leaders Dunk Tank: How To Prevail When Others Want To See You Drown
Have you ever felt as if a supervisor, coworker, or stakeholder was trying to sabotage you? No school leader is immune to the effects of discrimination, bad politics, revenge, or ego-driven coworkers. If you've ever worked in such conditions, you know that adversaries can make your job as a school leader miserable. But even if you're lucky enough to be thriving in your current role, you've probably seen leaders whose careers have been tanked by difficult and demanding circumstances. You may even wonder from time to time, "Am I next?" In this webinar, you will learn: 1. The emotional driving forces behind organizational adversity at your school or in your district. 2. The adversarial tactics that others might use against you. 3. Strategies for swimming and prevailing in your career so that you won’t get dunked by politics or negative colleagues.

Presenters: Rick Jetter and Rebecca Coda. Rick Jetter, Ph.D. (a.k.a. “Dr. J.”) is an author, speaker, trainer, and national education consultant. He has worked in the field of education for over 21 years and has held the positions of: alternative education teacher, English teacher, assistant principal, principal, assistant superintendent, and superintendent of schools before pursuing a career in consulting, speaking, writing, and publishing. Rick has recently returned to the classroom as a Grade 9 English teacher at the Western NY Maritime Charter School. He is also the co-founder and lead consultant at Pushing Boundaries Consulting, LLC with his co-author of various books, business partner, and friend, Rebecca Coda, NBCT. Rebecca Coda, Med, NBCT is currently a K-6 Director of Curriculum & Instruction in Cabot, Arkansas. She is the founder of Digital Native Network, co-founder of Pushing Boundaries Educational Consulting, and Co-author of Let Them Speak: How Student Voice Can Transform Your School & Escaping the School Leader's Dunk Tank with Dr. Rick Jetter.

Jun 5, 2019 3:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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