Jennifer Abrams

Stretching Your Learning Edges: Growing (Up) at Work 

At this moment in time when things are so uncertain and so ever shifting, it is critically important that we strive to develop ourselves, not just as educators, but as human beings. What can we do to be bigger and better versions of ourselves as collaborative team members and as leaders? This 90 minute webinar, based on Jennifer’s new book, Stretching Your Learning Edges: Growing (Up) at Work, will introduce us to five focused ways we can develop ourselves at work.

We will build our skills to:

  • Know ourselves and our identities
  • Better suspend our certainty and think with greater complexity and openness
  • Take increased responsibility for our language and communications
  • Engage with reciprocity and live ‘out loud’ our belief of mutual respect for all
  • Build our resiliency and work on our emotional health

Target Audience: Education Administrators & Teachers
When: Thursday, September 15th, 3:15pm to 4:45pm (live webinar)
Cost: $145

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For more info about Jennifer and her latest book Stretching Your Learning Edges: Growing (Up) at Work, please check out her website, www.jenniferabrams.com and on Twitter @jenniferabrams.

Bio: Formerly a high school English teacher and a new teacher coach in Palo Alto Unified School District (Palo Alto, CA), Jennifer Abrams is currently a communications consultant and author who works with educators and others on new teacher and employee support, being generationally savvy, effective collaboration skills, having hard conversations and creating identity safe workplaces.  Jennifer’s publications include Having Hard Conversations, The Multigenerational Workplace: Communicate, Collaborate & Create Community, Hard Conversations Unpacked – the Whos, Whens and What Ifs, and Swimming in the Deep End: Four Foundational Skills for Leading Successful School Initiatives.  Her newest book, Stretching Your Learning Edges: Growing (Up) at Work came out in May 2021. Jennifer has been invited to keynote, facilitate and coach at schools and conferences worldwide and is honored to have been named one of the “18 Women All K-12 Educators Should Know,” by Education Week’s ‘Finding Common Ground’’ blog


Cancellation Policy: For all Vermont Principals’ Association professional learning events, the VPA must be notified of any cancellations no later than 10 days prior to the event. Cancellation notifications received after the 10 day deadline will be subject to a fee of 50% of the total cost of registration.