Linda M. Gross Cheliotes
Linda Gross Cheliotes has over 38 years of successful educational experience, including fourteen years as a school administrator. As principal, she transformed her underperforming school to a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. She was named a National Distinguished Principal in 2002 and holds a doctorate in Organizational Leadership.
For the past two years, Dr. Gross has been a coach and trainer with Coaching for Results, Inc, a national consortium of school leadership coaches. She is a founding member and coach for NAESP’s principal mentor certification program. Dr. Gross currently works with the New York City Council of School Administrators’ Educational Leadership Institute, providing professional development for assistant principals who aspire to become principals. She has presented numerous professional development programs at the national, state, and local levels.
Dr. Gross is a member of the International Coach Federation and the National Association of Elementary School Principals.
- Effective Communication
- Opening the Door to Coaching Conversations: Being a successful school leader has become an increasingly complex role that demands highly developed interpersonal skills. This workshop shows school leaders the practical coaching-conversation techniques they need to engage and motivate their school communities to work collaboratively toward total school transformation. Coaching conversations shift responsibility for instructional improvement from the school leader to every member of the school community. With this powerful approach, every member of the school community participates in the transformation of the school and shares in the celebration of successful changes!
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