When asked what skills they would most want their students to have upon graduation, parents, teachers and administrators agree:
Respect and Responsibility. The Key to those includes civility.
Research has found that mental and physical health, productivity and employee retention, customer relations, student achievement etc. all greatly suffer when work and social environments are uncivil. Additionally, when leaders and those held in high esteem in our culture behave in uncivil ways their behavior is modeled and repeated by others.
In this presentation, participants discover and practice the 8 Keys:
#1: GET THE PICTURE
Ask for their Why. What is their dream?
Run to, not from. Choose the decision you would make if you had no fear.
#3: FULL RESPONSIBILITY
Move from B.C. (Blaming & Complaining) to A.D. (Acting & Dreaming).
#4: FEEL ALL YOUR FEELINGS
Honor all emotions as valid, including Mad (fire) and Sad (water).
#5: HONEST COMMUNICATION
Listen to what is behind their words. Let them know you hear them.
#6: FGH – FORGIVENESS of the Past
Release the past so that you can communicate in the present.
#7: FGH – GRATITUDE for the Present
Begin each encounter and each meeting with gratitude.
#8: FGH – HOPE for the Future
Keep on keeping on. The road to success is never a straight line.