Confluence Educational Consulting
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Core Values

Confluence Educational Consulting was established in 2017 with a simple goal: to provide schools and educational non-profits with targeted strategic support that is transformative to the organization and to the children it serves. Megan is dedicated to understanding and celebrating the unique mission of each client which allows her to identify strategy and target specific opportunities for growth. As a teacher and division head, her work was always rooted in a child-centered approach. With Megan’s leadership and consulting work, she utilizes a similar mindset -- working alongside your team to customize support, based on your organization’s mission and vision, and providing direct and actionable feedback along the way. The core values of CEC shape Megan’s work -- these values are built into every aspect of CEC’s actions and interactions.


Energy, passion, and joy fuel the creative process. When organizations are working to chart new courses and directions, making time for shared experiences amongst colleagues builds capacity. Time for play, laughter, and fun not only energizes people but also ignites new ideas.

Energy, passion, and joy fuel the creative process. When organizations are working to chart new courses and directions, making time for shared experiences amongst colleagues builds capacity. Time for play, laughter, and fun not only energizes people but also ignites new ideas.

Strategic work of any kind is interconnected and interdisciplinary. It begins by valuing and celebrating an organization's deep connection to its unique mission. Then, creative tension between mission and vision can fuel an organization’s progress toward a bolder vision for the future.

Strategic work of any kind is interconnected and interdisciplinary. It begins by valuing and celebrating an organization's deep connection to its unique mission. Then, creative tension between mission and vision can fuel an organization’s progress toward a bolder vision for the future.

Dynamic organizations are built by teams of people working together. Understanding how individuals relate to one another and to the mission of the organization is essential in creating productive teams.  Devoting energy to fostering relationships is at the heart of strategic work.

Dynamic organizations are built by teams of people working together. Understanding how individuals relate to one another and to the mission of the organization is essential in creating productive teams. Devoting energy to fostering relationships is at the heart of strategic work.

 
People bring various strengths, mindsets, and approaches to cooperative work. For strong teams to accomplish important work, leveraging the diversity of opinions and approaches only adds to the collective strength of the group. Building inclusive and dynamic teams is at the heart of strategic work.

People bring various strengths, mindsets, and approaches to cooperative work. For strong teams to accomplish important work, leveraging the diversity of opinions and approaches only adds to the collective strength of the group. Building inclusive and dynamic teams is at the heart of strategic work.

The work of leaders is to seek first to understand rather than being understood. That might mean “walking as a student” for a full day or utilizing the design process to better envision what stakeholders need and want. Our starting place is being curious and invested in seeing another’s perspectives or circumstances.

The work of leaders is to seek first to understand rather than being understood. That might mean “walking as a student” for a full day or utilizing the design process to better envision what stakeholders need and want. Our starting place is being curious and invested in seeing another’s perspectives or circumstances.