When Craig collaborates with an organization, he custom tailors a program to enlighten staff and align with their goals. Through simple strategies, customized learning moments, and inspiring examples, he unlocks an individual’s potential, accelerates self-awareness, and ultimately transforms an organization’s culture.
He connects with audiences on all levels with a relevant message that resonates beyond the stage, delivering tangible takeaways that are easy to implement and produce sustainable results.
You have big goals for your district; we have the consulting services to help you accomplish them. We take the time to understand the unique challenges school and district leaders face and then tailor an approach to satisfy the exact needs of the districts we support.
Languages Spoken: English
Travels From: Montgomery, Alabama
Speaker Fee: xxxxx
The focus of our professional developments is to reach reluctant and/or struggling staff member(s) and provide a basis for their interactions with all constituents who are proponents for a culture rich learning environment.
The focus of our presentations is to learn creative ways to remove emotional barriers for student achievement. Increase emotional Intelligence and awareness. Gain tools to help students process and cope with emotional trauma and develop creative ways to build relationships and trust with students.
Participants attending our workshops will be able to return to their schools/districts, review their school improvement plans with their leadership teams and begin to refine existing practices in teaching and reaching high risk youth.
Educators must educate themselves about “cultural poverty.” Educators should help students & colleagues “unlearn” misperceptions about poverty. Educators should continue reaching out to low-income parents even when they appear unresponsive “(and without assuming, if they are unresponsive, that we know why).” “Stand up and respond” when your colleagues stereotype poor students and/or parents. “Fight” to keep low-income students from being assigned unjustly to special education or low academic tracks. Make your curriculum “relevant” to poor students. Most important, “consider how our own cultural biases affect our interactions” with and expectations of our students.
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