Upcoming Professional Development:
How Not To Get Shot!
Mastering the art of managing difficult parents, peers and pupils!
20th & 22nd March 2013
Michael conducts high quality professional development and seminars to help teachers better understand and work with parents today.
Already over 1,000 teachers have attended his popular seminars and Michael has PD’d over 10,000 teachers in Australia and the United Kingdom on ways to work more productively and effectively with all types of parents.
Testamonials about Michael
“… I felt empowered at the conclusion
of the presentation. You reinforced the
message that we are professionals and we
must put clear boundaries in place.”
Annie Engllenner, St. Michael’s School
“The principals, executive teachers and
ancillary staff felt the day was extremely
valuable for them in their roles.”
Chris Derwin, Education Consultant
Catholic Education Office, Bathurst NSW
“Thank you for delivering such a fabulous
session… confirming that it is okay to turn
the tables and really focussing on staff,
students and parent responsibilities.”
Sally Davies Principal Amsleigh Park PS
“Thank you for your contribution to our
recent Conference at the Britannia Adelphi,
Liverpool. The delegates were extremely
interested in your session and enjoyed it
PA, Membership Secretary The Headmasters
Annual 2009 Conference, Liverpool UK
Get Michael’s past PD’s on DVD
You can catch Michael’s previous seminars on DVD. Now you can undertake your own professional development without leaving the school-gate. They are ideal for individual or small group learning.
Today’s parents are more demanding than ever, and we as educators need to bring our very best to every interaction we have with parents.
Michael Grose will show you specific and subtle strategies that will maximise your effectiveness with parents in every situation you find yourself in. He will look at relationship-building techniques, strategies to reduce parent anxiety and how to deliver bad news to parents who are defensive or in denial about their children. These are three areas that separate good from great teachers when it comes to working with parents.