The answer is not in talking about kids becoming leaders, but in creating opportunities for them to be leaders. Matt takes a fun and creative approach to helping teachers turn students into leaders. He has developed a strategic plan for restructuring the classroom to be more fun, interactive, inspirational, and motivational – a place to develop leaders, by arming them with real-world life skills and experiences that they will remember forever.
Matt Randall’s Leadership School programs are provided in a workshop format, where everyone participates and goes home with tools they can put to use immediately. Many leadership topics can be presented in a Teacher Workshop, while others may require a more intense approach. For example, long-term projects or serious overhauls may require weeks or months of meetings in order to get the best results.
Standing on this foundation, a business coach’s responsibility is to:
This process helps clients dramatically improve their outlook on work and life, while improving their leadership skills and unlocking their full potential.
Matt teaches several leadership topics for schools and other organizations where leadership training is a key aspect of each member’s success. These include, but are not limited to the following:
In this workshop, you will learn to define the current climate of your school, understand how the current culture has created this climate, redefine the culture you want to have, and create a solid plan to achieve the climate your desire.
In this workshop, you will learn simple and effective tools for working with challenging students. This workshop is perfect for educators of all levels, especially paraprofessionals who work one-on-one with students who have behavioral issues. The techniques in this workshop are not meant to replace any behavioral modification plans set in place by special education plans, but rather teach you the tools to fulfill these objectives.
Life skills can be fun and easy to add to your curriculum with a few simple tools. There are many ways this can be done. In this workshop you will explore ideas for including important life skills in your daily class routine and see how they can have a positive effect on your classroom climate.
In this workshop, you will learn some valuable skills for helping your students become leaders in your classroom and in the community.
In this workshop you will learn to accept the fact that no school is bully-free, but that you can reduce the instances of bullying dramatically and comply with state and federal regulations through the use of some simple tools.
In this workshop for leaders, you will learn to identify your leadership style, how it affects how you lead, how others react to your style, who you may need on your team to compliment your leadership style, how you can make adjustments to your style to become more effective, and how to deal with those who are resistant to your leadership. This course is perfect for principals as well as teachers and often works best when both participate, either together or separately.
In this workshop, Matt Randall uses is 30+ years of martial arts teaching and 6th degree black belt training to teach you basic personal protection skills that are both appropriate to your needs and also cognizant of the rules under which you work. Matt has designed and taught personal protection curriculum for every level of work environment from teachers and nurses, who must be careful to protect themselves while not harming their students or patients, to police officers and court officials, who have a higher level of defense authorized and required in their professions.
A professional facilitator can be the difference between getting important objectives accomplished quickly, or having them drag on for an eternity. For many reasons, not all leaders are as effective as they could be in conducting a productive meeting, and often because they are simply too close to or too involved in the problem being addressed. Matt Randall can help you assess the situation from a distant and impartial perspective, lend structure to a meeting, render opinions that are hard for leaders to do without damaging fragile relationships, mediate between factions, and make faster progress on tough issues by being blunt when necessary.