June 21st MN Educators Focus on Academic Achievement with Ko-Ching

On June 21, 2010 – 7:30 am – 3:30 pm at the University of MN Campus Club Room, Ko-ching is offering a course titled, “1-2-3 Coach.”  The Curriculum is designed specifically for school principals, assistant principals, deans and superintendents.    To register for this course go to:




Ko-ching provides coaching services and training to individuals and organizations.  This collective is unique because of professionally trained, experienced, veteran life, corporate, organizational, relationship and health coaches. 


The International Coach Federation (ICF) defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires participants to maximize personal and professional potential.

Ko-ching provides the “how to’s” of life and organizational transitions.   According to Cyn Liggett, founder of the organization, “While we are experts in our field…we don’t want participants to confuse us with being stodgy, pompous, or rigid.  We don’t budge or fudge or yield on quality, effectiveness, or the results clients are seeking.”



The course will allow participants to gain new effective tools to encourage themselves, staff, and students to make desired changes in:


Academic Achievement
Student Engagement
Staff and Personnel Development


Liggett defines the experience as, “A one day, experiential training on evoking excellence through coaching skills.  This is not a lecture based course…it is truly interactive all day long.”



Registration is $225.00 and seating is limited to 40 participants.  Those unable to attend this session may be placed on a waitlist for an upcoming follow up event.

Discounts are offered to attendees registering from the same school.



Participants will learn to:

identify and understand the core values of others and how to work with them towards the district’s mission
engage mentors and advocates to the mission and vision
challenge connected learners beyond learning to true excellence
apply FIVE simple questions to train staff in inviting disconnected students to become connected learners
gain vital insights and skills for empowering and creating greater student self-responsibility toward achievement
build a more flexible and adaptable team
re-ignite self, students and staff in a way participants did not know is possible





Cyn Liggett




Professional Marketing Firm for the Manufacturing Community and Manufacturing Journalist to most manufacturing magazines

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