Facing Forward: Leveraging Courage and Curiosity
Hopes and Fears: Working with Today's Independent School Parents
For years now, independent school educators have been reporting that parents are more challenging to work with. They are more anxious about their children and more consumerist in their approach to the school. In this workshop, drawing on their new book, Hopes and Fears: Working with Today’s Independent School Parents, Rob Evans and Michael Thompson outline the causes and consequences of these changes and offer practical ways teachers and administrators can hold their ground and strengthen their relationships with parents.
Rob and Michael are both psychologists, former teachers, former child and family therapists, and longtime school consultants. They’ve each worked in more than 700 independent schools. Michael is the author of nine other books, including Raising Cain, and Rob of three others, including Seven Secrets of The Savvy School Leader.
Who should attend? Administrators and Teachers
Rob Evans, Ed.D.
Psychologist, Author & School Consultant
Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist, Author & School Consultant
REGISTRATION COMING IN AUGUST!
Workshop Cost: $249 (Members) | $349 (Non-Members)
Bundle the Pre-Conference Workshop with Rob Evans, Ed.D., and Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D., Session I, with the Business Officers' Pre-Conference Workshop: $425 (Members) | $525 (Non-Members)
* The bundled option can be used for ONE participant only.