Be the Place Where Everyone Wants to Work!

6 Live Zoom Sessions, Starting Thursday, March 31st 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET USA

3.31| 4.7| 4.14| 4.28| 5.5| 5.12

Come have some fun participating in some experiential activities designed to explore what it takes to create a strong team. Learn practical tools for communication, and practice what it means to “listen beyond the words” in a way that leaves people feeling validated and understood.  We will also learn how to identify our “Top Card” and how we often play this card when we feel under pressure. Let’s identify this tendency and reflect upon what this top card typically invites from others.  Participants will practice how to help staff identify their top cards and how this card can affect our relationships with other staff members, as well as distract the process of giving and receiving feedback.  Walk away feeling inspired of how to rejuvenate a strong sense of belonging and trust in your team and leave you with deeper relationships with both staff and parents.

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Instructor Bio:

JODY MALTERRE MAEd, Certified Positive Discipline Trainer, Montessori Teacher Trainer With over 30 years’ experience in education, Jody loves to consult with schools around administration, curriculum, and implementation of both Montessori education and the Positive Discipline model. Using her experience as an owner and operator of three accredited Montessori schools in Boise, Idaho for 17 years, she enjoys helping Montessori schools with curriculum integration and teacher collaboration. Jody has worked as a Montessori teacher trainer at several training centers. While her work as a Positive Discipline and Montessori trainer has been in the US and abroad, her favorite place to work is in her community of Boise, Idaho. When home, she regularly offer classes to parents and teachers and provides one on one coaching. It is through her experiences as a classroom teacher, administrator, trainer, and most importantly, a parent of two daughters, that she draws upon stories and experiences to help others. She also help businesses using her skills as a facilitator of Empowering People in the Workplace. She holds a certificate in Adlerian Studies through the Idaho Society of Individual Psychology and a Montessori credential for kids ages 2-12. Currently she serves as a Co-Board Chair for the Positive Discipline Association and as a Co-Chair of the Educators Section of North American Adlerian Society of Adlerian Psychologists (NASAP).

Jody Malterre

Jody Malterre