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Oak Harbor School District Tier 3 Coaching Session: Change & Resistance

Oak Harbor School District Tier 3 Coaching Session: Change & Resistance

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  • 2. Tier 3 Coaching Workbook: P 37 -39 read 2
  • 3. The behaviors we looked at support success in coaching others to improve performance. Building trust, relationships and an environment of collaboration are essential to creating opportunities to coach successfully. For the next 10 minutes, I’d like for you to be able to share and gather as many ideas as you can from others around the room. The idea is NOT to get into a long dialog – share a good idea and move on quickly – here’s what it will look like Hi – I’m looking for good ideas on generating trust with teachers You have 10 minutes – when the music stops, please return to your seats 3
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  • 5. Show klip of interviews from video 5
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  • 7. Everyone Read pages 24 – 27 in the Tier 3 coaching workbook to discuss each of these in small groups Identify a key section that has important implications for your work Identify a golden line from this section What are some questions you might ask at this stage? 7
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  • 9. Review the “Lessons for Living” website Reflect and talk about your own personal views on resistance. 9
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  • 12. Common sense??? Common Sense is not all that common – Mark Twain 1. People need to know why something is important before they are interested or even willing to hear how you want them to do it. Too often we fail to address the “why” something is important before we launch into explaining how it should get done. 2. We rush from one change to the next, never building sufficient support. If people don’t see the need, why would they go along with your idea? 3. While presenting information clearly is important simply explaining things does not address anyone’s emotional hopes and fears nor does it address their trust and respect for those delivering the message. 4. No! People find all kinds of creative ways to stop you in your tracks. Dying of “malicious compliance” – enough to keep you off their back but not enough to make it successful 5. Taking the time to make the case makes it go more smoothly. Even though you may believ it is a crisis Do other’s believe it is a crisis as well? These can jeopardize your case before you even start. 12
  • 13. In the dark: very little information about the need for change. Little reason for them to go along since they don’t see a need to do anything differently See the challenge: most important point in the life of a change. When everyone recognizes the challenge or opportunity facing them – stakeholders have to see the same challenge or opportunity. Get started: create the vision, get people involved, develop plans, set timelines, goals and measures of success. Too often begin here and skiop first two stages Roll out: implementation phase. Training done, systems in place. Declaring victory and actually seeing seeing real results are quite different –can’t end here Results: met goals and achieving results. Change is no longer a change – it is the way you work – status quo. Time to move on: time to move on to something new. 13
  • 14. The arrow can go into the center of the cycle at any time. Getting out ahead of others is the biggest reason we get resistance instead OF SUPPORT If people don’t see the challenge they won’t be interested in what you have planned or how you want to go about implementing change, so WHY before How Resistance is in the eye of the beholder. The people resisting don’t see what they are doing as resistance, they often see it as survival. Think of resistance as cause and effect – people resist in response to something. Ask: What are the causes of this oppostion? Rule #1 shut up Rule # 2 Remember 1 Use cycle to stay with them 14
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  • 21. You make me want to be a better teacher - If you care enough to support me in increasing student engagement in my classroom then I can be a better teacher and therefore I want to be a better teacher 21
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  • 23. Offer to take teacher out on observation field trip Vicarious – principal visitations &faculty meetings 23
  • 24. ALL forces that have an impact on human behavior work on only these two mental maps. 24
  • 25. Have group count off 1, 2, 3, 4,5 – Each group takes one touch stone – Use table flipchart to create main points, a visual representation Peter block quote – flipchart “Resistance is simply a reluctance to choose” “We have just not made up our mind whether to yield and surrender to what’s asked of us or to keep on as is.” – application how you would apply it – example -Visual – picture to help us remember the main idea of the touchstone -IMPORTANT: Each Team shares out 25
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  • 27. Accept and work with resistance- when I was teaching, I always separated the behavior from the student – “I don’t like your behavior, but I still like you” - same goes for teachers, “don’t make it personal” Remember some resistance is normal 27
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