If we strive for personalization in our classrooms, our coaching practices must model personalization and choice. The Higher-Powered Learning Program at Notre Dame recognizes this and created a rigorous yet personalized coaching model that values teachers’ voices. Our change management strategy is based on Clayton Christensen’s “Jobs to Be Done” framework as well as Switch by Chip and Dan Heath. To make our coaching practices most personalized, we have adapted Elena Aguilar’s The Art of Coaching as well as Jim Knight’s The Impact Cycle. Using these two models, we are witnessing incredible growth in our teachers and as a result, transformational student growth. In this session, participants will reflect on their current models, discuss the strategic focus of our model, and design aligned shifts that are customized to local contexts.