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Responding to Resistance to Coaching with Steve Barkley, Ep. 55 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Some teachers resist coaching support. Educational consultant Steve Barkley joins me to discuss ways to work with teachers who not enthusiastic about having a coach. Learn practical strategies, including how to use supporting statements when teachers push back against support. Listen in as we chat about knowing when to speak up or step back to gather the right words.

Are you working with a resistant teacher who does not want you in their classroom? We’ve all been there!

Sometimes coaching relationships get caught in a negative cycle and need help getting back on track. Steve Barclay, coach and educational consultant, joins us to talk about responding to resistance when coaching educators.

He explains how to use supporting statements to shift relationships when teachers push back against coaching support. Learn his top tips for working with teachers who are not excited to work with you.

Listen in as he tells us why the strongest teachers should get the most coaching. You are going to walk away with a lot of concrete ideas and a good way of thinking about approaching your work with teachers.

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