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Workshop: At the Heart of the Work (SF)

Details

Session 1

Date: September 26, 2017
Time: 9:00-12:00
Where: The Bay School of San Francisco (map)

Session 2

Date: November 9, 2017
Time: 1:00-4:00
Where: The Bay School of San Francisco (map)

Session 3

Date: January 18, 2018
Time: 9:00-12:00
Where: The Bay School of San Francisco (map)

Session 4

Date: March 22, 2018
Time: 1:00-4:00
Where: The Bay School of San Francisco (map)

Ceremony and Celebration

Date: May 18, 2018
Time: 4:00-6:00
Where: The Bay School of San Francisco (map)

Fee: Early-bird: $1400 Members; ($2250 Non-members)

Register

At the Heart of the Work (SF)

Early-bird (before Aug 15): $1400 Members
Regular (Aug 16 – Sept 12): $1500 Members
Late (after Sept 12): $1550 Members


However ​numerous and over-lapping the domains of your work, at the very heart of it is you – and not merely your ​vision, ​skills, and strategies​, but your person.​

A premise: every gesture and every context of your professional life is personal​, and if job performance is indeed at times performative, ​you are both more effective and more balanced in your work when you authentically inhabit yourself.

This year’s Experienced Administrators’ Group invites an exploration of who and how you are in your job – how you know yourself, where you’re agile and comfortable, where you’re uncertain and vulnerable, why and what to do about it.

Over the course of five sessions, join with others whose primary work is with ​​teachers and other adults in Bay Area independent schools to identify and to practice what you need in order to ​be more fully and effectively you​ in your professional life.

Register early! This program is limited to 12 participants.

Please check your calendar before registering. We ask that you register only if you can attend each session.

Click here to review our cancellation policy. >>>

Facilitator

Jonathan Howland

Jonathan Howland

Jonathan Howland is a thirty year teaching veteran, and the Dean of Faculty at Urban School. He has written and presented on professional development for teaching and learning, and he has designed and facilitated workshops for faculties in both Southern and Northern California as well as for CAIS and the CATDC.
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