EDUCATORS & LEADERS
Post-pandemic, far too many youth lack motivation, direction, and purpose. They crave connection, fulfillment, and being seen and heard. Knowing who you are and what you stand for
is the beginning of leading
yourself and others.
The pandemic shifted the landscape of learning. Motivation, engagement, and resilience are waning (and it’s not just the students)! Learning flourishes in a culture where people feel support, safety, and belonging. In an empowered culture, cognition thrives.
Developing organizational culture is essential now more than ever. Integrative leadership develops people who feel valued. When the leader and their team are connected, collaborative, and cohesive, performance accelerates.
During the pandemic, we spent a lot of time with our families. In many families this revealed the true condition of relationships - lack of cohesion, communication, respect, and responsibility. Family plays a significant role in cultivating a child’s self-image, confidence, resilience, and connection to others.
People want to know what they want to know NOW in the way they want to learn it. Making content stick, connecting with participants, and creating a learning culture are key for optimal transfer of knowledge and skills. Enhancing the design, presentation, and facilitation of workshops leads to transformation.
"It's that moment.
The moment they feel the spark that ignites their internal fire of change.
That's the moment that changes the world!"
Dr. Cheyenne Correia - Foster