Leadership can be rewarding and invigorating, complex and challenging, and sometimes lonely. Our day school leaders who have had the benefit of individualized coaching can attest to the transformative effect that it has had on their careers. With the weight of the school on their shoulders, our coaches give leaders a lifeline of support where they can access knowledge, connect with the resources they need, work through key decisions, reflect on challenges and successes, and, most importantly, feel understood in an objective and non-judgmental space.
Coaching has become the preferred method for supporting our day school leaders.
The Prizmah Coaching Institute brings the benefits of coaching to you and your school leader in three unique ways: FIT, EXPERIENCE, and RESOURCES:
Like many things in life, a successful coaching relationship begins with the right chemistry between a leader and his or her coach. The Coaching Institute works with a diverse team of coaches in order to ensure the best fit possible by factoring in experience, personality, desired outcomes, and more.
Armed with decades of day school leadership experience, our coaches provide a comprehensive and nuanced understanding of what creates successful schools. They further maximize their value with on-going training in the art and science of coaching and peer feedback and they are well versed in what it means to leverage their knowledge and experience to help leaders grow and reach their goals.
Prizmah’s network of experts provides added opportunities for leaders to supplement their coaching with subject-specific tutorials in areas such as development, admissions, financial management, or communications. Joining in the Coaching Institute will automatically grant exclusive access to the Prizmah Knowledge Center and other exclusive resources.
Leadership doesn’t have to be lonely! Invest in a coach who will help you be the best leader you can. Do it for you. Do it for your school. Do it for your learners. Contact Ilisa Cappell at firstname.lastname@example.org and Josh Levisohn at email@example.com to learn more.