Five Reasons I’m excited about the new Thought Partners Website

Not too long ago, I decided it was time for a change in the form of a complete redesign of the Thought Partners brand and website.

Why the change?

I wanted a new brand image and copy crafted to clearly and effectively convey my mission…

To enhance the leadership knowledge and skills of school leaders and administrators.

To provide professional development and support needed for school or district improvement.

And, most importantly so all students exceed their potential and thrive.

I hope you like the new site. Here are five reasons why I’m excited about it…

  1. It highlights Thought Partners coaching and consulting services for educators – both leaders and teachers. A Balanced Leadership Coach will listen attentively and ask you powerful questions that challenge your thinking and move school improvement forward, and this is part of my guiding philosophy.
  2. It details my approach, based on the Achieve Model.
  3. The site has been designed with educators in mind — designed to bring valuable content on an ongoing basis, in the form of blog posts, emails, and more.
  4. It features my new eBook, “Your Implementation Success Action Plan.” The book was written to help educational leaders who are looking to improve their school or district and help students exceed their potential.
  5. It’s a completely new look and feel for Thought Partners, and it is just the beginning.

I will be offering you tips, ideas, and services to support you and your instructional staff.

I hope you like the new look and stick around to see what I have to offer.

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Tracey Shiel

Tracey Shiel is an author and consultant with over 20 years in the field of education. Through Thought Partners, she provides research-based educational services including balanced leadership coaching, professional development, implementation planning, and execution support, and special educational projects of the highest quality. Her passion is with coaching educational leaders to achieve school and district improvement goals while enhancing leadership capabilities.