Professional Development For You
- Evan will ask you to send us as many of the questions in advance as possible and any supporting materials. He will be prepared to answer and discuss with you related to your specific situation so the more background information you can provide, the more productive the session will be. You are not limited to the questions you send in. If time permits we address any additional questions you may have.
- Webinars are about the development of professional capacity. Evan will keep the focus on what your attendees want to learn by making your webinar a conversation. Our goal is to draw participants into the webinar as active participants. Evan can provide quality cost-effective professional development on topics impacting teaching, learning, school use of social media, digital leadership, branding, and instructional leadership.
- Evan is available for a limited number of keynote speeches and workshops. Evan will pre-meet to discuss your specific needs and continue the dialogue until he knows exactly what you want and the message you want to communicate. Evan’s keynote speeches blend humor, story, and important information supporting messages you communicate to your team. Workshops are catered to meet your needs, are highly interactive, fun, and give staff ideas they can use the next day in their classroom. As you can imagine, Evan’s work, life, and schedule are non-stop! Evan is excited to partner with Premiere Speakers to allow him to focus on school, students, and preparing awesome keynote speeches!
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- Evan has mentored many administrators over his career with great success. Evan works effectively with new principals to help them develop their leadership skill, communication skills, effective relationships and instructional knowledge. Administrators from your division will have access to Evan through texting, email, phone, and Skype. Principal retention is critical for school stability. Help new leaders learn and build their leadership skills.