Throughout the Jewish world, tens of thousands of children and young adults will soon be heading back to the classroom for another year of schooling. The excitement is palpable. For the past week or so (if not longer), children and parents have been busy purchasing and labeling school supplies, clothing, lunchboxes and other related items.... Read more »
As a coach and professional development provider, I often find myself having some variation of the following conversation with principals. “Please make sure,” they say, “to include lots of practical examples for everyone in the room when you speak.” They explain their request as follows. “Oftentimes when we bring someone in to present a workshop... Read more »
In my previous article I shared five focus areas that new and experienced teachers need to be focusing on if they're going to succeed when school starts up again. They are: Mastering the delivery of both in-person and remote instruction. Creating engaging, differentiated lessons to reach all learning styles.
Recently, I sat down (on Zoom, of course!) with a group of school principals, public and independent, to find out what their top-of-mind concerns were for new teachers trying to succeed in these most unusual times. They shared the following areas as most critical for new (and even veteran) educators if they are to hit the ground running during the first days of the new school
In my previous post, I shared insights from a group of female leaders about how to position ourselves and our nonprofits for coronavirus and “disaster-proof” our lives moving forward. This post follows along the same theme and highlights the perspectives of four exceptional business leaders and thinkers. How to Disaster-Proof Your Resilience
Hey there. It's Naphtali. I’m putting the finishing touches on my much-anticipated Back to School Boot Camp, which I will be co-presenting together with uber-talented educational coach Etti Siegel, MSEd. This Boot Camp will bring together aspiring and experienced educators who want to augment their professional tool kits
In my last article, I shared insights from a group of leaders about how to position ourselves and our nonprofits for coronavirus and “disaster-proof” our lives moving forward. This post follows along the same theme and highlights the insights of some powerful coaches. How to Disaster
For most of us, COVID19 has been the single greatest disruption that we have ever experienced. As traumatic and unsettling as 9/11 and the Great Recession of 2008-9 were, they were limited in their scope and direct impact. By contrast, COVID19 has impacted the entire globe on many levels
An actionable webinar series designed to help you find the right job and get back to work. Were you let go or had your hours reduced due to COVID19? Do you want to get back to work but don't know where to turn? Would your resume benefit from a touch-up or even a complete redo?
A story is told about a reporter who was interviewing a successful bank president. He wanted to know the secret of the man’s success. "Two words,” he was told, “right decisions.” “And how do you make right decisions?” asked the reporter. The reply: “One word: experience.” The