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Instructional Coaching Corner
Category: K-12
Location: Iowa
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December 12, 2017 01:00 PM PST

In part three of this three part podcast series Greg sits down and talks with author of Ask Powerful Questions Will Wise to discuss dropping the why questions for how and what questions. Along with the power of empathy.

WiLL WiSE has over two decades of experience custom building leadership programs for corporate and nonprofit groups. He has earned a reputation as one who can transform groups and people into their best selves. Tens of thousands of people have been empowered with positive communication skills after spending some time with WiLL and We!™ Most recently, WiLL has also added author to his list of accomplishments with the release of his new book, Asking Powerful Questions. Will lives in State College, PA with his amazing wife, Heather, and their three children.

About the Book:
When there is a lack of trust in a team—ask powerfully!

In Ask Powerful Questions, Will Wise explains how the questions we traditionally ask are virtually meaningless when it comes to establishing trust and connection.

If you want to transform “How are you?—I’m fine, thanks” into a conversation that changes not only how you lead, but who you are as a person, I highly recommend you check out Will’s new book, Ask Powerful Questions, here: https://weand.me/2017/09/22/book-launch-ask-powerful-questions/

Introducing a set of practical tools for accessing and understanding others by changing the way we ask questions, Will invites you to explore your own clarity of intent, improve your rapport, create openness, listen reflectively and grow empathy.

December 04, 2017 07:58 PM PST

What is normal to us is not always the norm for others. Join Greg and Jenny as they discuss the importance of realizing the importance of accepting each other's normal.

November 28, 2017 10:54 AM PST

In part two of this three part podcast series Greg and Jenny sit down and talk with author of Ask Powerful Questions Will Wise and discuss the importance of rapport and listening.

WiLL WiSE has over two decades of experience custom building leadership programs for corporate and nonprofit groups. He has earned a reputation as one who can transform groups and people into their best selves. Tens of thousands of people have been empowered with positive communication skills after spending some time with WiLL and We!™ Most recently, WiLL has also added author to his list of accomplishments with the release of his new book, Asking Powerful Questions. Will lives in State College, PA with his amazing wife, Heather, and their three children.

About the Book:
When there is a lack of trust in a team—ask powerfully!

In Ask Powerful Questions, Will Wise explains how the questions we traditionally ask are virtually meaningless when it comes to establishing trust and connection.

If you want to transform “How are you?—I’m fine, thanks” into a conversation that changes not only how you lead, but who you are as a person, I highly recommend you check out Will’s new book, Ask Powerful Questions, here: https://weand.me/2017/09/22/book-launch-ask-powerful-questions/

Introducing a set of practical tools for accessing and understanding others by changing the way we ask questions, Will invites you to explore your own clarity of intent, improve your rapport, create openness, listen reflectively and grow empathy.

November 21, 2017 09:54 AM PST

In part one of this three part podcast series Greg and Jenny sit down and talk with author of Ask Powerful Questions Will Wise and discuss the importance of sharing our intentions within collaboration, team time, and conversations.

WiLL WiSE has over two decades of experience custom building leadership programs for corporate and nonprofit groups. He has earned a reputation as one who can transform groups and people into their best selves. Tens of thousands of people have been empowered with positive communication skills after spending some time with WiLL and We!™ Most recently, WiLL has also added author to his list of accomplishments with the release of his new book, Asking Powerful Questions. Will lives in State College, PA with his amazing wife, Heather, and their three children.

About the Book:
When there is a lack of trust in a team—ask powerfully!

In Ask Powerful Questions, Will Wise explains how the questions we traditionally ask are virtually meaningless when it comes to establishing trust and connection.

If you want to transform “How are you?—I’m fine, thanks” into a conversation that changes not only how you lead, but who you are as a person, I highly recommend you check out Will’s new book, Ask Powerful Questions, here: https://weand.me/2017/09/22/book-launch-ask-powerful-questions/

Introducing a set of practical tools for accessing and understanding others by changing the way we ask questions, Will invites you to explore your own clarity of intent, improve your rapport, create openness, listen reflectively and grow empathy.

November 09, 2017 02:13 PM PST

Have you ever wondered what makes a great school or company? Many will say that it is the ability to focus on the small details and to do them well. Join Greg in this minicast as he reflects on a trip to the grocery store.

November 07, 2017 11:11 AM PST

This is the first episode that Greg and Jenny have put together. The orignial audio would not open so it is being reuploaded. Sorry, if it is popping up as a new podcast in your feed and you have already heard it. Feel free however to take a trip to the beginning of the ICCpodcast where the time ran long and the audio was a bit choppy. Listen to Greg and Jenny talk about effective team work in this episode. Please leave us a review and comment wherever you listen to your podcasts from. Be awesome!

October 02, 2017 01:30 PM PDT

Stories...we all have them. We have all learned from the stories of others and most likely shared some of our own. Join Greg and Jenny as they discuss the power of story as an instructional strategy. From why stories matter to tips and tricks for powerful story telling this episode is packed full of helpful content to get us started on our story telling adventure.

September 18, 2017 01:21 PM PDT

Education is unique in that there are set ends and beginnings to our work. Join Greg and Jenny as they reflect, laugh, and dig into 10 things that they learned as they started a new school year. Additional show note: sorry to the late Johnny Cash for Greg’s attempt at singing Man in Black with a twist…

August 29, 2017 06:23 PM PDT

So often we are told that when we fall down there are only two options. We are worse off than we were before, or at the very least the same. Join Greg and Jenny as they fight back against this mindset and discuss a third option that we often ignore. This is the conclusion of an eight part serious on the Happiness Advantage.

August 22, 2017 01:48 PM PDT

Education is the ultimate people buisness. Each day we all have the oppurtunity to impact the lives around us. The crazy thing is when we invest in others our happiness increases! Join Greg and Jenny as they dig into the principle of social investment and how it relates to happiness.

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