How to Handle Hard to Handle Staff


School Administrator’s Survival Toolkit
How to Motivate Your Faculty
Ten Ways to Master Stress for School Administrators
Powerful Classroom Management Tools Your Teachers Need


ATi Seminar Agenda


 School Administrator’s Survival Toolkit
#1 Vital Thing for Handling Tough Staff
How-To’s for How to Handle Conflict and Difficult People Successfully and Effectively
Seven Most Common Types of People
4 Nevers and Things to Avoid When Communicating
How to Deal Effectively and Use Posture, Movement, Facial Expression, Clothing
Communication Skills for Conflict
Developing Great Partnerships in Families
How to Motivate Your Faculty

Ten Must-Knows so Faculty Members Love Their Jobs
Key Phrases and Specific Actions
Keys to Building and Maintaining Effective Teams
Motivation and Training for Winning Teams
Seven Traits of Highly Effective Leaders
Ten Ways to Master Stress for School Administrators

Symptoms of Stress * Techniques to Master Stress
You Don’t Have to Go Home from Work Exhausted
Twenty-Six Most Common Time Wasters
How to Reduce Time Urgency
How to Be More Efficient
Determining Your Energy
Powerful Classroom Management Tools Your Teachers Need

How to Teach Students Self-Control * Self Relaxation
Self-Talk for Self-Control
Behavioral Contracts
How-To’s for Classroom Management and Discipline


ALSO LED THIS SAME SEMINAR WITH THE BELOW CUSTOMIZED TITLES
HOW TO HANDLE HARD TO HANDLE PEOPLE
HOW TO HANDLE HARD TO HANDLE TEACHERS AND PARENTS TOO!!


University Semester Credit
Semester hours from The University of the Pacific Center for Professional and Continuing Education. $62 per credit. Acceptable to most participants, including many on district funding or release time, as credit is awarded for additional, “Teacher-Friendly,” follow-up activities. For Graduate Professional Development participants NOT pursuing an advanced degree at UOP. Enroll at the seminar, except in CT, NJ, OH, PA and WI. Credit for seminars in these states, or for other credit questions ONLY, call (800) 479-1995.