Overcome Educator Burnout and Take Back Your Power

At its core, teaching is really all about emotions. When I became a teacher, I wanted to change children’s lives, give opportunities to disadvantaged kids, develop critical skills everyone needs to have, and inspire a deep love for learning that spans a lifetime. Maybe you had similar aspirations when you became an educator. 
According to research from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education, between 40 and 50% of teachers will leave their role within their first five years working. Why? Quite simply, the stress of it all. Teachers are more likely to suffer work-related stress than any other profession, and a staggering one in five teachers feels tense about their job almost constantly. 
Yes, teaching is emotional—but not all of those emotions are positive. Educators need support now more than ever before. They need to develop real skills for managing stress and burnout, especially now that the work-life balance has been thrown on its head by remote learning. With our support, teachers can start to stay in the profession for the long run. 
In this enlightening keynote, Kim discusses the research around teaching and pivots the crowd towards understanding that their life, this profession, and their ability to maintain healthy levels of well-being are possible. She shares her top interventions for helping employees minimize the effects of stress and the overwhelming expectations placed upon them. Teachers leave this training feeling reignited and more in control of their life than they ever thought possible. 

After all, 25% of job success is predicted by IQ, and 75% is predicted by optimism levels, social support systems, and the ability to see stress as a challenge. 

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Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • The importance of Social and emotional competencies (SEC) that critical to avoid teacher burnout.
  • Strategies for increasing teacher-wellbeing.
  • Identify internal drivers and how we can use our emotional intelligence to feel better about ourselves and the world around us. 
  • Why and how teachers' SEC influences the quality of teacher-student relationships.
  • How their teachers manage frustration, deal with conflicts, or maintain control in and out of the classroom.
  • Understand the importance of teachers' SEC influence classroom organization and management.
  • Incorporate social and emotional learning into classroom curriculum
  • How to change the lens so we not only change your happiness, but we also change every educational and business outcome.
  • Gain cutting-edge insights from the latest positive psychology research so we can begin to flourish. 

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