Power Up!

Power Up! is year-long mastermind program designed for teams to transform your education leadership skills.  Reinvigorate and ramp up your leadership journey!

What is Power Up!?

Power Up! is a one-of-a-kind approach to leadership development. The goal of Power Up! is to strengthen and support leadership teams through a year-long journey focusing on establishing strong culture, building awareness of the critical nature of leadership, and developing a deeper understanding of self and others. In addition, optional ongoing individual or team coaching is available throughout the year. 

Who is Power Up! for?

  • Superintendents
  • Central office leaders and their teams
  • Campus administrator leaders and teams
  • Principal/assistant teams
  • Federal Programs Directors and teams

Why Power Up!?

In working with our partners across the country through challenging times in education, we’ve identified an increasing need for focused team building and support for administrative teams. Teams, including central office cabinets, departments, and principal/assistant teams, have experienced lots of turnover and high levels of stress.

Enroll in Power Up! for your students. Enroll for your team. Enroll for you.

What additional coaching support is available?

The International Coaching Federation defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.  The process of coaching often unlocks previously untapped sources of imagination, productivity, and leadership.

We all have goals we want to reach; challenges we are striving to overcome and times when we feel stuck.  Partnering with a coach can change your trajectory, setting you on a path to greater personal and professional fulfillment.

Sessions are designed and driven around the topics and needs of the individual administrator and/or team.  Coaching provides an excellent opportunity to build the leader’s capacity, thinking, and knowledge.

Additional coaching support includes ten 60-minute sessions for a total of 10 hours over a single academic year, beginning anytime after the commencement of the Power Up! program.

Year-Long Support

  • 2 full-day face-to-face learning
  • 5 half-day virtual training sessions
  • Tools and resources
  • [Optional] 10 coaching support sessions


  • Power Up! – $1,500 per participant
  • Optional Coaching Support-priced based on number of individual or group sessions


  • Mark Hailey mhailey@806technologies.com, 806-331-6160 x 3

What type of topics will be covered in Power Up!?

  • Building structures and systems with intention
  • Identifying and capitalizing on strengths
  • Rediscovering your purpose to build stronger teams
  • Creating team efficacy
  • Effective Communication 

Need customized professional learning?

Our team of certified educators have walked in your shoes. We understand your challenges and career aspirations. We are experts in the professional learning field with extensive school administration experience. If you don't see a professional learning offering that you're interested in, CONTACT US! We would love to develop a custom training that meets your exact needs.

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How It Works

Follow these 3 easy steps to enroll in the Power Up! professional development program.

Step One

Click the "Register Now" button on this site and complete the form.


Step Two

Send a purchase order (PO) to 806 Technologies at reneec@806technologies.com.

Step Three

After we receive the PO, the principal will be registered and will receive an email notification with additional details.

Meet your facilitator and coach!

Evan Grasser is a creative education leader, leadership coach, and expert presenter who played a major role in supporting and instructing both aspiring and current school and district leaders in New Mexico.  She is the co-founding instructor for New Mexico's First-Year Principals Academy and First-Year Superintendent Academy. She has also refined and enhanced New Mexico's Administrator Leadership Development and the Board Leadership Development programs.  Her enthusiasm for improving teaching and learning is contagious and motivating! Evan has served in multiple administrative roles from principal to associate superintendent in districts ranging from 3,600 students to 74,000 students. She has held positions in New Mexico, Texas, and Louisiana.  Evan is frequently sought to train, coach, and mentor school leaders and school boards and also facilitate strategic planning for districts.

"Because instructional and cultural change is intensely interpersonal, it is essential that leaders consistently apply communication and problem-solving skills that promote productive relationships founded on qualities such as clarity of values and purpose, candor, trust, and integrity."​