A BREAKTHROUGH, PROACTIVE LEADERSHIP SERIES FOR GIRLS WITH DREAMS! Every girl has a dream, something only you can do. How will you navigate life changes? Will you rise above the pack and take the lead? Do you have the audacity to believe in and realize your dreams? Growing up brings waves of change. Every girl faces uncertainties about herself and her dreams. Take the Lead is an uncommon, self-help message for girls to take responsibility for their dreams and come into full ownership of their life. In this breakthrough, proactive leadership series, drawing on her own story of taking the lead at a young age, Life-Coach and Leadership Expert, Michelle M. Miller, invites girls on an amazing voyage of self-discovery. Using Coaching insight, she challenges girls to believe in the impossible, create the incredible and achieve the unthinkable. You Will Learn: - Awareness & Esteem Power of Dreams Building Your Best Self Goals & Decisions Mindful Media Proactive Leadership Take the lead. Every dream you realize, begins with you and what you believe is possible. You are your own possibilities!
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A senior advisor to two Presidents and former Executive Director of Harvard's Center for Public Leadership identifies seven modern keys for successful leadership, citing the characteristics of individuals who motivate others to meet their potential, work well in teams and become fully engaged. Reprint.
Take the Lead is a leadership handbook for women of all ages. It is the result of the author’s many years of experience, study and personal insight in the search for some simple self-help tools that can be used each day to approach and manage life’s challenges. The book’s core message – the importance of self-leadership when tackling challenges – is presented through a user-friendly A-Z guide that can be picked up whenever readers need extra inspiration in their day-to-day lives, whether at work or at home. The handbook inspires readers to “lead themselves” to manage tasks at home and at work more successfully and efficiently, while at the same time providing themselves with more energy, self-confidence and satisfaction.
Finally a book that encourages kids to take the lead without all the carrot and sticks! This book was designed to begin an exploration of student leadership. Ultimately it can be used by both individuals on it's own or within the context of a group. A unique collaboratively interactive book, it's definitely action oriented literally, graphically and experientially. Facilitator guide also available via PDF.
TAKE THE LEAD! is a pre-primary school series geared to prepare kindergarten children for work in Primary One. This series completes a child’s preparation for Primary school in English, Grammar, Vocabulary, Writing and Mathematics. Each component consists of two books: For kids in K1 who can’t wait to go K2! and For kids in K2 who can’t wait to go Pr 1! Each book contains a careful selection of work crucial to coping with work that will be done in Primary 1. A variety of interesting topics, activities and exercises are introduced to keep the young child keen and motivated. MATHEMATICS AHEAD for kids in K1 who can’t wait to go K2! and MATHEMATICS AHEAD for kids in K2 who can’t wait to go Pr 1! are best used as a set. This course helps a child understand basic mathematical concepts.
Do you ever find yourself wondering, is this really the best that we can do together at work? Too many of us are tired of feeling frustrated: no matter what position you hold, from the top of the organizational chart down we’re either a child or a parent at work, we’re never doing enough, we’re always finding ourselves disappointed in each other. There is help for these “same-old, same-old” blues— Take the Lead! Full-Throttle Engagement Powered by Coaching What is full-throttle engagement? It’s recognizing the fundamental and very important role you play in your organization—no matter what your position is, It’s caring about other people’s success as much as we do about our own— It’s accepting responsibility for building and growing ourselves and each other Regardless of your title, your position, your salary, or your grade level, you are not just a ___! Find out what it means to “lead from your seat”—and find out how fulfilling a work-day can be when you Take the Lead!
Take the lead in the dance of life with Louise Giroux in Taking the Lead, her book for those living with chronic illness. With her characteristic compassion and pragmatism, Louise helps you to reclaim who you are so you can live your life to the fullest.
The Alec London Series is a series written for boys, 8 – 12 years old. Alec London is introduced in Stephanie Perry Moore's previously released series, The Morgan Love Series. In this new series, readers get a glimpse of Alec's life up close and personal. The series provides moral lessons that will aid in character development, teaching boys how to effectively deal with the various issues they face at this stage of life. The series will also help boys develop their english and math skills as they read through the stories and complete the entertaining and educational exercises provided at the end of each chapter and in the back of the book. Alec is excited about being the fastest runner in school and being voted 5th grade class president. Tyrod, on the other hand is not excited about this at all because he used to be the fastest runner in school. To regain the title he challenges Alec to a rematch. The PE teacher has a better idea. He invites both Alec and Tyrod to be a part of the school track team. Determined to not let Tyrod stop him from having fun, Alec joins the team. Just when he starts to have fun after learning how to ignore Tyrod, Alec finds out that his grandmother is getting sicker from the cancer. Alec has a hard time accepting this news about his grandmother and things start to fall apart. He stops hanging out with his friends, including his close buds, Morgan and Trey. He lets the class meetings get out of order. It's not until Alec starts volunteering with a Special Olympics team that he starts to be himself again. As he works with the team he realizes that if kids who are physically limited can give their all...so can he. Alec gets excited all over again and kicks thing into gear. He brings the 5th grade class back together to work on the end-of-the-yearactivities. He works hard making things right with Tyrod and becoming friends with him. He does his part on the track relay team and helps them win the county title. In the midst of all of these great things happening, Alec loses his grandmother. As he deal with his sadness, he is able to hold on to a spark of hope as he thinks about how proud his grandmother would be of him for taking the lead and using the skills God gave him to help others.