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The workshop begins by developing awareness about implicit leadership beliefs and how as leaders we need to be more aware of how others expect us to lead, as opposed to how we prefer to lead. Building from this foundation participants are then introduced to meeting management, communication and team mobilization strategies to develop their capacity to ensure team members actively participate and meetings end with consensus on actions to be taken. All participants commented that the workshop objectives were met and that the content was relevant to their work.

“I honestly thought everything was great! Michael fantastic communicator and is knowledgeable about leadership and served as an effective role model. Thanks Michael!”


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The workshop begins by developing awareness about communication styles and obstacles. Building from this foundation participants are then introduced to using communication to solve problems for various school stakeholders, communicate priorities and lastly apply their knowledge of others communication preferences to draft clear and to the point communique’s. Results from the 26 evaluation forms were very positive with an average score of 4.73, on a 5-point scale, with 5 being the highest praise. The 2-day workshop ended with high satisfaction!

“I really love Corinne! She’s an excellent trainer! I would love to see more training in cross culture communication.”

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Thirty-one educators from seven international schools participated in this workshop. The guiding questions for this 2-day workshop were How can I/we safely and successfully engage in difficult or challenging conversations while preserving relationships and reputations of all parties involved? Participants spent most of Day 2 having difficult conversations role-plays based on actual conversations they were expecting to have or re-doing unsuccessful conversations while practicing new skills.

“I am in a coordinators role and feel I have learnt new strategies that I can put into practice.”

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