Teacher's Language of Appreciation

Do you want a culture where staff WANT to come to work everyday?
A day where you wake up in the morning and getting a text message that someone is out is a shock or surprise?

If you are struggling with consistent call outs:

•Calling out sick
•Teachers booking vacations
•Teachers just dropping like flies
•Walking out and quitting

Well you’re in the right place

The Teacher's Language of Appreciation is ONE part of a unique framework which is part of the school of excellence system.

It will help you build your school of excellence by giving you blueprints to make your teachers feel valued and appreciated. That is the #1 thing you need to focus on to get yourself started.


“We’ve had our most productive year in a very long time.”

“Working with Chanie in 2018 was really powerful for us, and I feel like we’ve had the most productive year that we’ve had in a very long time. I really can’t think of a year that we’ve gotten more done than this past year. Directors know that they have access to me at a set time, so I’m getting fewer interruptions and derailments. I’ve been able to show the directors support and gratitude for what they do, and they’ve been able to bring forth ideas that they were maybe a little insecure about bringing to the whole company. It’s really helped develop our relationships, which helps develop that ownership for the location and that loyalty to theschool.It’s been a game changer for us."

- Ronnie Nelson | Owner, Child Time Inc

“When I walk into meetings, I feel like I’m wearing my own shoes. I’m coming in as the owner of a company that survived 20 years. We’re opening our third school in June, we’re successful, we’re one of the best schools in Cincinnati. I walk in like I own that. I feel like my attitude’s changed - I’m not just trying to get bodies in there, to keep ratios, I actually feel like it’s a privilege to work for this company. A year ago, I was actually physically ill. My blood pressure was up, I was working a 60-hour week and then I’d come home and work until 11 o’clock at night, and then get up at seven and start again. My husband, he was just beside himself of how much I was working. I just wasn’t present for anybody. It was rough. I was kind of in emergency mode. It was not good. I can’t thank you enough.I just think what I learned from you has just, like a landslide, fixed my life. Thank you."

- Missy Griffin | Owner, Growing Room Preschool

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Meet Chanie Wilschanski

I’m an Early Childhood Leadership Coach and Culture Specialist, and have had the privilege of working with hundreds of EC Directors who are working to build a school of excellence.

I began my journey over a decade ago, teaching toddlers at the acclaimed Preschool of the Arts in NYC.

Continuing my path into higher studies, I got my Masters in EC and Special Education, and started training teachers and school leaders on the HOW part of creating excellence in their schools.

Through my journey, I got married and had 4 children (ages 1, 4, 6 and 8). My hands are full! I know what it takes to lead a large center and have a full-time job at home as well.

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