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October Monthly Update

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Take our Coaching Corner Survey, read two new Forbes blog posts contributed by Torsh CEO Courtney Williams, and learn how our client Leading Educators is using Torsh TALENT. 

 

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Happy Fall, y'all! We've launched many new and exciting features this past year including a revamped Exemplar Library, Forums, Coaching Corner, and Insights! We hope you've been using TALENT and implementing these new features this school year. If you ever need support, or have questions or comments to share, please reach out to us at support@torsh.co.

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Feature Updates

We've been constantly updating and improving the functionality of Coaching Corner to ensure it meets the diverse needs of our clients. As we roll out changes, we want to hear from you! If you use Coaching Corner, please fill out our Coaching Corner Survey and share your valuable feedback. We'd love to hear what's working for you and what we can improve!

Management Panel Update: If you are an admin in your TALENT system, you can now set your own Role Aliases! The standard roles are Teacher, Coach, and Admin. If you'd like to customize these role names and haven't already done so, you can check out your system settings page and edit them today!

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Blog Posts

One of our newest releases is Document Annotation. If you need help using this feature, check out our blog post, Collaborating Made Easy: Introducing Document Annotation.

Our CEO Courtney Williams recently published two articles on Forbes, where he is a regular contributor. Check out his advice to other entrepreneurs in Five Ways To Market Your Startup With Little Or Zero Budget. Also read After the Storm: How Tragedy Galvanized A Post-Katrina New Orleans, to learn how entrepreneurs can play a key role in revitalizing other hurricane-ravaged cities.

We always love to shine a spotlight on our amazing clients! Our blog currently features Leading Educators, a non-profit teacher training organization that develops and trains teacher leaders who drive transformative changes within their schools and districts.

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Top Articles to Read

One-Third of Girls With 4.0 GPAs Don’t Think They’re Smart — and Other Findings From National School Survey...How can we do better by our girls?

– There’s building evidence that higher teacher pay encourages people to enter and stay in the classroom. Chalkbeat discusses in their recent article.

Ohio State University launches its new Digital Flagship University with Apple. Will more universities be jumping on the bandwagon?

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Courtney's Quote of the Day

“I’m proud to say that our current customers are our number one source of new leads. We have a great product, but that’s only one piece. We also have a great team in place -- in both sales and client management -- who work hard to keep our clients happy. And, we actually listen to our customers. When they have ideas or suggestions for how to improve our platform, we take this feedback directly to our development team. Of course not every idea is incorporated. But enough ideas are that we’ve gained a reputation for responsiveness, which makes our customers happy.”

– Torsh CEO Courtney Williams

Courtney discusses how a start up can ramp up their marketing efforts. Read more in his recent Forbes blog post, Five Ways To Market Your Startup With Little Or Zero Budget.

 

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