Dr. Jane Kise


Three Strategies for Ensuring Teachers Say, "Coaching? Yes, Please!"


About Dr. Kise

Jane Kise, Ed.D. is an education consultant and author of over 25 books, including Differentiated Coaching; Educator Bandwidth: Reclaiming Your Energy, Passion, and Time; Holistic Leadership, Thriving Schools; Doable Differentiation; and Step In, Step Up: Empowering Women for the School Leadership Journey. She has worked with public and private schools, universities, and businesses across the United States and in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, and other countries. With expertise in leadership development, instructional coaching, team effectiveness, and change management, she partners with clients to help them create environments where everyone can be effective and feels a part of the community. She holds an MBA in finance from the Carlson School of Management and a doctorate in Education, Leadership, and Policy from the University of St. Thomas where she teaches in the doctoral program. 



Three Strategies for Ensuring Teachers Say, "Coaching? Yes, Please!"

While teachers need to willingly engage to benefit from instructional coaching, it is also true that coaching is one of our most powerful professional development tools. In this session, we will explore three key strategies coaches--and learning community leaders--can use to ensure that every teacher sees coaching as fulfilling, meaningful, and worth their while.



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