Speaking and Training

There has never been a greater need to understand and reach students, parents, teachers, staff, and administrators in urban schools. Educators must be accountable for the success of their students. It must be a connection between the real world and the lesson. Everyone must work collectively together.

Our speaking (presentations) & training courses are focused on strategies in addressing the success of all students. Other educational initiatives include, successful teaching strategies in reaching all students, brain-based learning, and the three main Drivers of successful schools are critiqued. Here are three great ways to start the process:

Keynote Speaking

Dr. Reginald R. Williams is a keynote speaker at conferences across the United States. Reginald has written two acclaimed books, The “7” Keys to Success; A Comprehensive Guide for Urban School Development and Strategies for Working with and Among Difficult People. But it’s on a live stage where Reginald’s message comes to life. The format and length of his presentations can be tailored to your training event, and it is certain to connect with and speak to real needs of the people in the room while offering practical resources they can use.

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Professional Development Workshops

School administrators, teachers, and staff who hear Reginald speak often want ways to implement his ideas in their schools. We offer Professional Development Workshops with schools and other institutions who want to train their faculty. Training is available both with Reginald Williams on limited scheduling availability and with other certified trainers.

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Continuing Education Online Courses

Sometimes people want more personal training, even if it isn’t a priority in their workplace. Reginald Williams has released his first Online Courses for Continuing Education, where individuals can get the training they need to understand what it takes to improving teachers’ strategies, hence, reaching every student and moving their school’s needle forward at their educational institution.