How to empower your front-line leaders

Looking to make customer service a priority in your schools? Learn how one district empowers classroom teachers —and building principals—to serve as ‘first-impression’ specialists for their schools by watching this free webinar.

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Teachers and principals are the gatekeepers to your schools. They’re also the leaders most responsible for shaping your school culture and climate. In this new webinar, experts from two nationally recognized school districts share strategies for empowering teachers and staff and making every interaction with students, parents, and staff count.  

You'll learn:

  • How to make front-line customer service a priority in your schools
  • Strategies to build stronger relationships with students and parents
  • How to measure the impact of your engagements and make improvements


Megan Overman, CPC

Director of Communications

Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD, TX

Stephanie Hartley

Director of Communications

Bibb County Public Schools, GA

-Megan Overman, Eagle Mountain-Saginaw

"The first point of contact for students and parents is almost never at our district office. Our front-line leaders are at our schools. They're at places that parents and students go almost every day. So our teachers and principals are truly our
first-impression specialists."

How to empower your front-line leaders

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