Upcoming Webinar: Parents as Coaches – Helping your Child Succeed in School and Beyond

On April 5, student success expert Maureen Breeze will be presenting the webinar Parents as Coaches: Helping your Child Succeed in School and Beyond. This webinar will teach parents the coaching model and how they can use coaching skills, like listening, observing, asking powerful questions, and acknowledging, as a parenting tool to help their children make effective decisions and guide them toward success and independence.

Why should you be equipped with coaching skills? Coaching skills are important to learn when working with adolescents. As children mature, they need less directive parenting and the freedom to develop independence and critical thinking skills to help them become mature, well-adjusted adults. Parents, educators, counselors, and administrators who want to improve effectiveness with students in 5-12 grade are encouraged to join.

Visit www.lifebound.com to download or view PowerPoints from all of Maureen’s webinars. We encourage questions, comments, and anything else you wish to bring to the table. Join us and get in on the conversation.

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