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Speaking and Hosted Events

The New Team Habits team hosts and presents at a variety of events each year. Keep up to date with all our events and be sure to join us in your city!

[Webinar] Building New Team Habits: Moving from Theory to Practice

  • October 8, 2019, 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET  
  • Join us for a webinar to learn more about how to improve your team habits and achieve your team goals

The New Team Habits- Virtual Book Launch Party

  • October 18th, 2019, 11:30 AM PT
  • Join us for a virtual book launch with co-authors Anthony Kim, Keara Mascareñaz and Kawai Lai to discover what this book can do for you.

National New Team Habits
Leadership Institute in Denver

  • November 6-7, 2019: 9am-4pm
  • Warwick Hotel in Downtown Denver
  • Registration $850/$700 early bird
  • Capacity 50 leaders

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Instagram Book Club

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New Team Habits in The Media

Interview with Keara Mascareñz

In this episode, we’re speaking with Keara Mascareñz.  Keara is a co-author of The NEW Team Habits: A Guide to the New School Rules, a book based on her work with 100s of schools and districts about how to achieve school goals through teamwork and innovation.

EP:196 How to Become an Incredible Leader

As a leader, there are many different ways you can create change within your team. “Change can be made at the structural level by redesigning the way teams are organized, at the team level by…

Straight Up Conversation: How to Energize Stifling School Cultures

Keara Mascareñaz is a managing partner at Education Elements, where she’s helped about 1,000 school and district teams change their organizational culture

Creating a Culture of Innovation, with Keara Mascarenaz

Keara Mascarenaz joined us for an explosive jaunt through innovation in education. We visited destinations such as: personalized paths for students, differentiated teaching, strong relationships vs. screen time…

Support teachers better by building capacity

In 2012, we were one of the 16 districts awarded the US Department of Education’s Race to the Top funds to use for personalizing instruction, improving student achievement, closing achievement gaps, and more

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