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Does This Child’s Behavior Warrant Hiring a Consultant?

Does This Child’s Behavior Warrant Hiring a Consultant? by Barb O’Neill, Ed.D Trainer, Coach, and Founder of Transform Challenging Behavior Let’s consider Brandon. He’s four. He has his good days and his bad days, but the bad days are really bad. At center time he often rushes into the block area, smashing the other children’s

Building Enduring Consulting Relationships that Deliver Results, By Guest Blogger, Amanda Schwartz, Ph.D

Building Enduring Consulting Relationships that Deliver Results by, Amanda Schwartz, Ph.D. Consultant I made the leap from teaching in the classroom to consulting at the national level at least eighteen years ago. It was a gigantic step and required thinking about my everyday work in a totally new way. The shift was from problem solving

Q&A from: Handling Change Starts with Leaders Themselves: Exploring Effective Approaches to Personal and Professional Change, by Nancy Seibel

We were fortunate to have Nancy Seibel present a webinar  about, Handling Change on February 8, 2017. Many of the participants had questions that we were unable to ask the presenter.  She was kind enough to answer them and they are posted below.  Here is a link to the recording:  Handling Change Starts with Leaders Themselves:

How can we be leaders for children? By Guest Blogger, Judy Jablon

How can we be leaders for children? by Judy Jablon Author, Consultant, Founder of Leading for Children I'm convinced that the greatest gift we, as educators, can give young children is to empower them to take charge of their own lives and to help them become curious, thinking, competent people. To create the next generation

Q&A from: Consultants’ Essentials: Websites 101, by Lindsey Engelhardt

We were fortunate to have Lindsey Engelhardt present a webinar  about, Consultants’ Essentials: Websites 101 on January 12, 2017. Many of the participants had questions that we were unable to ask the presenter.  She was kind enough to answer them and they are posted below.  Here is a link to the recording:  Consultants’ Essentials: Websites

New cool functions for profiles on Early Childhood Investigations Consulting Directory

ECEexperts.com is growing! Site visitors are searching and contacting consultants, site traffic is growing and new consultants join every day. The system is turning out to be very robust. This week we are proud to announce new functions and enhanced elements to help consultants' and organizations' profile even more interactive. For Consultants and Organizations Now,

Top Ten Tips for Tip-Top Profiles on ECEexperts.com

Have you heard about our newest services, Early Childhood Investigations Consultants Directory, or ECEexperts.com ?  It's a professional meeting place where organizations searching for consultants can find them by searching for free, and where experts can add a profile about their services for a modest subscription fee. This post is for consultants who have already

ECEexperts.com the newest addition to Early Childhood Investigations

Maybe you haven't heard: Early Childhood Investigations has grown! We now offer an online directory of consultants, ECEexperts.com! It's a hub where early education organizations that need expertise can find consultants that offer every specialty under the sun. Planning your year? Head over Early Childhood Investigations Consultants Directory to find the expertise your program needs.

Q&A from: Teaching and Growing in the Midst of Change: Learn, Practice, Share, and Model, by Sandy Heidemann and Beth Menninga

We were fortunate to have Sandy Heidemann, M.S. and Beth Menninga, M.A.Ed. present a webinar  about, Teaching and Growing in the Midst of Change on October 12, 2016. Many of the participants had questions that we were unable to ask the presenters.  They were kind enough to answer them and they are posted below.  Here is

Are you prepared to hire consultants?

I’ve been an early childhood marketing and business development consultant for seven years now. Before that, I held jobs in the industry in which I hired consultants. Looking back on my earliest experiences as a child care administrator, I know I didn’t always sit down and craft all of my objectives for my contracted professional development