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The Time Management Bundle

 

Take Your Time Back! 

 

  Stop being overwhelmed and overworked. We have the blueprints to make your staff feel competent and confident, while giving you your time back 
  • Do you want scripts so your teachers feel comfortable talking to parents?
  • Do you want your staff to feel supported while also taking the time to get all of your work done?
  • Do you want to learn how Directors took 20 hours back in their year?

Luckily I’ve created the Time Management Bundle

For a limited time, you can grab this bundle for just
$147
 $47

What’s inside the Time Management Bundle

TOOL #1
How to set up reminders so you remember to follow up and hold staff accountable 

 Setting goals and telling what to do is the easy part. 

Holding them accountable is the challenge! 

 With this tool, we walk you through how to set it up so you can finally start creating accountability.

 

    TOOL #2
    School of Excellence Door Sign

    Want your staff to STOP disturbing you and interrupting you all day long?
    But, you want to do it a nice way, so they feel you are kind?

     Great! This door sign will solve that for you!

    TOOL #3:
    1-2-3 Framework to Get Your To-Do List Done

    If you have an admin team and lots of moving projects, than this strategy is for you!

    It’s a powerful framework so you can STOP micromanaging, but still have the deadlines met!
    It’s a win win for all!

      TOOL #4:
      Distraction Proof Your Computer

      When you finally sit down to get work done, you need a ninja trick so you don’t get distracted.
      This tool will ensure that you finish your work on time, so you can leave work on time.

        TOOL #5
        Phone Scripts for Parents 

        Ever wonder why teachers avoid talking to parents? 

        Well, they don’t know what to say, or how to say it or what to respond.
        This script is a step by step walk through for them.

          TOOL #6:
          Scripts to Hold Parents Accountable
           
            TOOL #7:
            How to Create A Form

             Does you staff need supplies?
             Refill of materials for their classrooms?
             Do you get these requests in the hallways and on the way to the bathroom?
             Put an end to that, with this form system to ensure their requests get met and you can pee in peace!

              For a limited time, you can grab this bundle for just
              $147
               $47

              PLUS YOU’LL GET THESE

              BONUSES

              BONUS #1
              How to Filter Distractions to Make the Best Decisions (mini-training)

              Many times we get opportunities or ideas that we think are super valuable but really they are distractions for what we are trying to   create in our school.

               There is a powerful system in filtering these distractions and becoming more disciplined.
               

              This training will give you those tools.

                BONUS #2
                Reflective Questions to Ask Teachers for Goals and Performance

                We want our teachers to set better goals and strive for more in their classroom.
                      We ask questions but we get blank stares.
                      If we want our teachers to share, then we need to ask questions that invite conversation.
                     This worksheet will give you a blueprint of questions so your staff will start sharing more.

                  This content is priceless and because the end of the year is so close –
                  I want you to have what you need to succeed.

                  Meet Chanie

                  Chanie Wilschanski MSEd is an early childhood leadership coach and CEO of DiscoverED Consulting. Her leadership program is designed to help early childhood directors build a school of excellence, a collaborative culture and create an environment that fosters the growth of teachers as leaders.

                  Her writing has appeared in the Huffington Post, Readers Digest, Medium, INC and Thrive Global.

                  She has also been interviewed on NBC News Radio with Sara Lee Kessler.

                  In addition, she currently directs the Early Childhood Teacher Training program at the Beth Rivkah College in Brooklyn, NY – where she lives with her husband and 4 children.