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 From the Desk of Ayodele – January 2023 Edition

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2023!  

As we are nearing the end of the first month of 2023, how are you? Did you set any goals for the first month of the year? How’s your progress? I send you lots of love and light in all that. 

I am so excited to start 2023. Why? I’m getting confirmation that the work of BMEsTalk is vital and necessary. Recently, the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education released the 2023 Top Ten Issues to Watch! Number 5 on the list was Educator Burnout: Creating Conditions for Success. 

The report stated, “The @EdQuest Georgia Coalition identified teacher burnout as the primary threat to creating a more stable, diverse, and effective educator workforce.” 

Reading further in the report, their “Call to Action”:

✅ Support teacher leadership

✅ Prioritize professional growth

✅ Address personal wellbeing through community conversations

BMEsTalk continues to build a strong network of Black Male Educators, who are expanding their skills for protecting their mental energy, and are increasing their capacity to lead change in their classrooms, schools, and communities. We are providing critical training and coaching to enhance the emotional intelligence and leadership skills of Black Male Educators, so they can thrive and grow in the profession.

LISTEN to testimonials from Stephen and James, two of our BMEsTalk Certified Facilitators. 

If you’re a Black Male Educator, and are ready selfishly invest in yourself this summer, rediscover your “why,” embrace your dynamic energy and channel it to enhance your leadership skills, then you need to register to join us at the BMEsTalk Catalyst, July 11-14, 2023. Sign up now to claim your advanced tickets for the 2023 BMEsTalk Leadership Development Series.

If you’re not a Black Male Educator, but want to invest in our community, make a donation HERE.

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