Conscious and Mindful Leadership: Caring for Oneself and One's CommunityTuesday, October 29, 2019
Noble and Greenough School, Dedham, MA
8:15 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
- Registration, Networking and Breakfast: 8:15 - 9:00 a.m.
- Welcome: Becky Biggs, AISNE: 9:00 a.m.
- Developing Conscious Leadership: 9:00 - 11: 30 a.m.
- Networking Lunch: 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
- The Why and How of Well-Being: 12:15 - 2:45 p.m.
- Reflections and Farewell: 2:45 - 3:00 p.m.
Developing Conscious Leadership: Keeping Yourself Whole and Caring for Yourself Before You Care for Others with Marie Mechtaly
You are a leader in your own life personally and professionally. Step into your own inner leadership and consciously choose how you show up for yourself and those around you. Learn how to slow down, hone in, and connect with the leader within you. This session is experiential and interactive. Leave the day with greater tools to avoid fatigue and burnout.
The Why and How of Well-Being: Cultivating a Connected Community in our Classrooms and our Schools with Erin Noviski
How may we apply positive psychology in our school communities to create connection and foster well-being? Review Dr. Martin Seligman’s model of PERMA: positive emotion, engagement, relationships, meaning, and accomplishment. Practice strategies and create goals to increase our own well-being, as well as that of your students. Leave feeling energized and ready to become a change agent in your classroom and school.
Marie Mechtaly is professionally trained & certified as a Co-Active Life Coach. Her trainings have been facilitated by CTI (Coaches Training Institute). The Coaches Training Institute is one of the most rigorous coaching and leadership schools worldwide. Their coaching model is called the Co-Active Model. CTI is at the forefront of the coaching & leadership industry worldwide. Co-Active Coaching is an approach that holds the whole human being as the focal point of the coaching: body, mind & spirit.
Erin Noviski is a positive education consultant. She brings over 25 years experience working with students from age three to adults. Her work in the classroom, coupled with her years as Head of Middle School, offer a wide-ranging perspective on the pressures faced by teachers, parents, administrators and students alike. She sees a well-being curriculum as an essential tool in counteracting alarming trends in school-age depression, anxiety, violence, suicide, and the stressors associated with social media. She has led regional and national workshops on this topic, in addition to working with teachers to create and refine a PERMA-based advisory curriculum. Erin believes well-being is an integral component of a healthy community.