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Leading with a Coach Approach

09:00 - 16:00

October 9 - 10, 2020

Smile Lanna Hotel

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Baht 24,500 per participant​


Group of 3 or more  

Baht 20,500 per participant


Registration is open for this workshop. You can reserve your seat now and pay in August 2020.

Target Audience

Principals, Instructional Coaches 


Leading with a coach approach mindset
Using teacher goal setting to tailor feedback to teachers
Building coaching skills and practice feedback conversations
Time management strategies/tools to prioritize getting into classrooms.
Practice reframing judgmental feedback and addressing concerns
Learn strategies to transform your school into a team


What to do when in the classroom
Coaching conversation skills
Time management strategies 



Day 1

Session 1: Coach approach mindset- getting your staff ready, relationship building

Session 2: Goals and feedback - practicing feedback conversations

Session 3: Time management -creating time to get out of the office

Day 2

Session 1: Key coaching skills - digging deeper into coaching

Session 2: Coaching when there are concerns

Session 3: Transforming your school into a team

Session 4: Closing Activity

Mindset Shift

Participants will gain a mindset shift from that of a manager/evaluator to a leader with a coaching hat, with the intent of being in classrooms frequently to support and nurture the strengths of the teachers in the building to raise the level of learning for all.

Course Leader

Jessica Johnson is an Elementary School Principal and District Assessment Coordinator in Wisconsin. She is the 2014 Wisconsin Elementary School Principal of the Year. She has previously taught in Minnesota, where she earned her bachelor of arts degree at Bemidji State University. She taught and worked as an instructional coach and assistant principal in Arizona, earning her master’s degree at Arizona State University. Jessica is also an adjunct professor in the Educational Leadership Department at Viterbo University and has presented across the United States at national conferences, as well as in school districts.


She is the co-author of several books: Balance Like a Pirate: Going Beyond Work-Life Balance to Ignite Passion and Thrive as an Educator (Burgess, 2018), The Coach Approach to School Leadership, Breaking Out of Isolation: Becoming a Connected School Leader and a childrens novel, Adventures in Blockworld: A Novel for the Young Minecraft Fans.