This workshop will provide participants with the tools and resources they can immediately use and adapt to help them remain relevant and sustainable with measurable results in achieving success.
Using didactic and experiential methods, participants of this workshop will be given the opportunity to explore their motivations and identify steps they can take to answer the “call” while maintaining a healthy balance in their lives.
This workshop is designed to inspire creativity while providing examples of activities that can be used to enhance program without impeding fidelity.
This workshop discusses how laughter is good medicine, and various things needed to help alleviate stress in our lives.
This workshop discusses the pros and cons of having courage and being brave in the classroom of life.
This workshop explains generational similarities and differences in leadership, while outlining actions to take for the sake of the leaders of tomorrow.
This workshop explores the difference between a “growth mindset” and a “fixed mindset”.
This workshop outlines proven strategies for motivating, working with, and managing each generation, while teaching ways to avoid common pitfalls related to working in a multi-generational workplace.
This training will give in-depth examples of activities that can be used as positive alternatives to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs for teens, and will also provide time for participants to generate ideas for new activities.
This workshop uses videos to provide examples of how schools and communities can improve youth behavior, attention, grades, and success, regardless of what is happening in their homes and neighborhoods.
This workshop teaches leaders to resiliently face reality with courage, find meaning in hardship, and improvise when faced with seemingly impossible obstacles.
This interactive workshop will focus on the National Organization for Victims Assistance (NOVA) process as it relates to students affected by school and community tragedies.