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Brian Sepe

Educator, instructional coach, and consultant


Coaching to Amplify Decision-Making and Empower Teacher Voice

When coaches and leaders operate from the mindset of empowering teacher voice and agency through decision-making, they create leaning environments where teachers and students flourish and thrive.

In this session, coaches and leaders will explore the power of decision-making throughout the

coaching cycle, strategies to empower teacher voice, and ways to foster deeper connections to new learning and self-discovery though reflection and dialogue.

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About Me

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Instructional Excellence

Are you ready to (re)ignite your passion for teaching and take your instructional prowess to the next level?  Educators are the driving force behind shaping young minds and transforming lives. This masterclass is designed exclusively for you, honoring your dedication and recognizing your vital role.
Get ready to be inspired, challenged, and empowered as fellow subject matter experts guide you through an immersive experience to unlock the tools, techniques, and inspiration to make a lasting impact in the classroom. As iron sharpens Iron, so does on person sharpen another. Together, we will explore innovative strategies, research-backed methodologies, and game-changing insights that will elevate your teaching to new heights.

Each concise keynote in this masterclass has been distilled to be motivational and actionable - no time for fluff - and are available on-demand because we know your schedule is impacted and variable.  You are also invited to a live, VIP Q&A session with each speaker. 

13 powerful keynotes.  13 actionable Playbooks.  Live Q&A sessions. 
This is the professional development you, and your students, deserve. 

Getting to Know Brian



What was your first job? What did you learn from it?

6th Grade (2004) in Buffalo, NY. I learned that connection and understanding each person‘s unique talents and perspectives were crucial elements in creating safe spaces for people (students and families) to share their perspectives.


What sparked your interest in instructonal excellence?

Teaching is the most important work anyone can do. The classroom is an ever-changing environment. It requires a deep commitment to cultivating awareness to the adaptive challenges in our learning environments. For that, identifying adaptive solutions, learning new

skills and acquiring new knowledge, and practicing those solutions in real time are better served alongside a trusted thought-partner to facilitate a learning process that creates the conditions to amplify the decisions teachers make and empower our colleagues to continue learning and growing through those decisions.


What missteps would you caution others to avoid as they work to promote or develop instructonal excellence opportunities?

Avoid giving advice. We overvalue our own advice and by doing so, we devalue the knowledge workers ability to learn through their own experiences and perspectives. Instead, we should be creating psychologically safe spaces for our colleagues to do their best thinking. Your advice is unique to your learning experiences and creating the conditions for deep learning means we may have to
let go of solving the challenges our colleagues face with quick fixes
and shiny new boxes and instead, treat our colleagues like the true professionals they are and trust that through sound decision-making, goal-setting, dialogue, reflection, and applying our new learning, we will create the conditions for the empowered teacher to navigate change and sustain lasting impact in all that they do.

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“Everything that happens to you is a form of instruction if you pay attention“.

Robert Greene (Mastery)

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