Developing the Skills of First-Year, Newly-Hired School Leaders is Our Priority,
New School Leaders, Strengthen Your Skills in the Most Challenging
Areas, Including, But Not Limited to:
Adapting to Being In a Position of Authority for the First Time;
Dealing with the Job's Stress and Isolation;
Building Trust and Confidence;
Creating and Building Relationships;
Conducting a Self-Assessment of Your Skills, Skills Gaps in This New Position;
Understanding How Beliefs, Behaviors, Pleasures, and Fears Influence Actions and Decision Making;
Setting the School's Instructional Priorities;
Becoming a Strong Instructional Leader.
Complimentary Copy of the First Chapter of New Book.
Take advantage of our expertise and more than 35 years of experience in K-12 education to strengthen school leaders’ skills in instructional leadership and to improve student learning .
What Our Friends Are Saying
"Principals can’t do this work alone. They need partners, coaches serving as critical friends. And it's very important that the coaches know instruction, teaching and learning, the school's professional learning.
Dr. Janet Sherrod, Former Principal
Martin Luther King Elementary School
"We moved off of the failing schools’ list,
and I know that that support made a
An Elementary Principal
"Innovative. Creative with a great knowledge of instruction. Is a great teacher of
and for principals. A problem solver."
Dr. Elisabeth Davis,
Alabama State Department of Education
The Mack Leadership Group provides services for school leaders, including, but not limited to, the following:
STRONG, CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION SUPPORT
LEARN HOW TO
Identify Problems of Practice
Provide Evidence-Based Feedback to Improve Classroom Performances
LEARN HOW TO
Create Data-Driven Cultures
Align Resources to Instructional Priorities
Improve the Capacities of Struggling Staff
Manage Operation While Focused on Instruction
COLLABORATIVE, SUPPORTIVE CULTURE
BUILD A CULTURE THAT HAS