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john Steinert is known to be a highly organized and detail-oriented person, with exceptional time management, prioritizing and multi-tasking skills.
John Steinert is known to be a highly organized and detail-oriented person, with exceptional time management, prioritizing and multi-tasking skills. He has an ability to learn new technologies and adept to the changing circumstances. With vast amount of teaching experience, John has developed excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. He also has advanced skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Outlook, and Learning Management Systems like Articulate, Moodle and Digital Talk. Moreover, he has attended seminars on various topics, such as Managing Diversity, Instructional Design, E-Learning Development, Curriculum Development and Design, and Mentoring/Coaching.
John Steinert is highly qualified individual who has attended eminent educational institutes to pursue his education. He attended Trinity International University, Deerfield, Illinois to complete his Bachelors of Education degree in Secondary Education/History. From September 1997 to June 1999, he attended National-Louis University, Wheeling, Illinois and received his Masters of Education degree in Administrative/Educational Leadership.
It was during August 1994 when John Steinert started his career as Social Studies Teacher at Woodland Middle School, Gurnee, Illinois. After seven years, he joined Highland Middle School, Libertyville, Illinois as Associate Principal and served the school until July 2005. Thereafter, he worked as Principal of Deer Path Middle School, Lake Forest, Illinois until November 2011.
John Steinert led and developed over 130 staff members which included certified, non-certified and support members. He assumed the role of the recruiter and trainer of talent, and identified viable candidates from different sources such as databases, directories, personal networking etc. He helped increase efficiency in upper management leadership by guiding other administrators about the issues, processes and policies in HR procedures. He mentored and trained staff members toward the achievement of organizational goals and improvement plans.
John Steinert introduced an efficient online evaluation system, focusing on changing instructional practices, which resulted into 20 percent increase in the achievement of objectives. Using collaborative approach, he helped teams and individuals achieve common, shared goals. In addition to this, John provided training on staff personality assessments, allowing stakeholders to get perspective and improve employee relationships.