March 26, 2019 - December 31, 2019
2:25 pm - 3:25 pm
1) “Beyond the Wall of Resistance” with Rabbi Yossi Rosenblum
As a leader, there will be many times when you want to introduce change in your school – and are met by resistance on the part of students, teachers or the community at large. This workshop provides a formula for successfully overcoming resistance, exploring the five “touchstones” of: clear focus, embracing resistance, respect, relax and joining in.
2) “Building Open Communication With Your Staff” with Rabbi Yossi Rosenblum
As the one responsible for guiding your teaching staff to do what’s best for your students, you need to have an open and honest relationship that allows for you to give feedback and guidance when needed. This workshop focuses both on building positive relationships with your staff, and effectively communicating what needs to be improved.
3) “Communicating with Our Students” Rabbi Shais Taub
As school leaders, we aim to set a tone of warmth and positivity on the one hand, and firm structure and standards on the other. How do we communicate with our students in a way that balances both?
About the Presenters:
Rabbi Yossi Rosenblum is widely esteemed educational consultant and principal of blue-ribbon winning Yeshiva Schools of Pittsburgh, PA. Rabbi Rosenblum steers the content and development of the Zekelman Standards and co-directs MEF’s Chabad School Leadership Program. He has been training and coaching school leaders since 2009.
Rabbi Shais Taub is a sought-after speaker and has traveled all over the United States and Israel giving classes and lectures, leading retreats and serving as scholar-in-residence. Rabbi Taub is the author of several acclaimed works elucidating the principles of chassidus including the groundbreaking teaching tool, The Map of Tanya.