Making Stuff Better is the world's leading provider of executive coaching and coach training to international school leaders. Working with over 250 colleagues around the globe we create regenerative spaces where you are able to pause, reflect and re-imagine the possibilities for your being, thinking and doing. We believe that educators are at the heart of our shared responsibility to shape a better future for our young people, our communities and our planet and we are driven to support education leaders in this mission. We provide coaching at scale across leading school groups such as Education in Motion, Nord Anglia Education and GEMs, but we also work closely with individual schools to embed coaching in their culture. *** Exclusive ISN offer! *** Making Stuff Better are offering all ISN members a free coaching chemistry call. To find out more 'get an introduction' below.
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In collaboration with 'Making Stuff Better', Ann Lautrette, Deputy Head of Secondary at Taipei European School in Taiwan shares her passion for the natural world and draws correlations between a thriving ecosystem, and producing a vibrant and harmonious school community.
How can you create a culture of coaching in your school? And, what benefits can coaching bring to your staff and teachers?
In this article, Matt Hall, founder of Making Stuff Better, shares 3 common mistakes that are often made when developing a coaching culture in an international school setting and suggests how these can be overcome
In an excerpt from their first book, Principled: A Guide to Being Yourself as a School Leader, Matt Hall and Gill Kelly explore the challenges of staying true to yourself while leading a school and offer some reflection on how to do so
Four education experts join the ISN Roundtable to discuss approaches to leadership and coaching culture