|1. The Mirror Effect||5 MINS|
|2. Rivers and Floods||6 MINS|
|3. The Paul Revere Principle||4 MINS|
|4. Bit Market||6 MINS|
|5. Big Rocks First||5 MINS|
|6. Duck Hunting||4 MINS|
|7. Choir Director||5 MINS|
|8. Taxi Principle||5 MINS|
|9. Barn Building||5 MINS|
|10. Small Sprocket||6 MINS|
|11. Gorillas in Hawaii||6 MINS|
|12. Star Treck Principle||5 MINS|
|13. Life Sentence||5 MINS|
An incredibly vital step in any person’s journey as a leader is learning how to lead others. It’s one thing to lead yourself well, taking care of personal responsibilities and focusing on your work; it’s another thing entirely to effectively lead people under your care and influence those around you.
In The Art of Leading Others, Dr. Tim Elmore seeks to teach today’s students how to determine their priorities, build an effective team, and do so with the right attitude. Through thirteen memorable images — each with a series of engaging stories, self-assessment questions, and thought-provoking discussion topics — students learn and internalize important principles on leading others that will help guide them as they step into college or their careers.
The Art of Leading Others covers timeless topics such as:
Habitudes for Career Ready Students is a powerful, image-based curriculum that helps students gain the employability skills needed to enter the job market. This new generation of students thinks and learns differently than generations past, and the best educators are adjusting their pedagogies to engage and connect with them.
This new entry in the Habitudes series brings the power of image-based learning to the field of Career and Technical Education in order to promote job readiness. Developed in partnership with the Nebraska Department of Education’s Career Education team, Habitudes for Career Ready Students takes 12 career readiness standards and anchors each of them in a memorable image, resulting in effective college and career readiness lesson plans.
This new resource helps today’s students:
|1. Surgeries and X-Rays||10 MINS|
|2. Puzzle Pieces and Box Tops||11 MINS|
|3. Kitchens and Restaurants||12 MINS|
|4. Obstacle Course||11 MINS|
|5. Bikes and Birds||11 MINS|
|6. Immigrants and Natives||11 MINS|
|7. The Sun and the Moon||10 MINS|
|8. Seeds and Fruit||11 MINS|
|9. Tappers and Listeners||10 MINS|
|10. 3D Glasses||12 MINS|
|11. Soloists and Symphonies||11 MINS|
|12. Brands and Labels||10 MINS|
|13. Butterfly Effect||11 MINS|
Habitudes® is a breakthrough way to teach leadership principles to Millennials (the latest batch of employees) in the workplace. The Art of Launching Your Career uses the power of images, conversations, and experiences to illustrate thirteen habits and attitudes all employers desire in team members.
This new addition to the Habitudes series was created with one goal in mind: to help business leaders move their new employees from backpack to briefcase. Very often, the workplace is a long distance journey from the school campus. The tone of a workroom looks and feels different than a dorm room. The need of the hour is to equip new professionals to not only fit into your workplace, but to flourish in it.
More than 10,000 schools, businesses, and organizations around the world utilize Habitudes every day. The Art of Launching Your Career helps your young employees:
|1. Coffee Step||10 MINS|
|2. Crock-pots and Microwaves||9 MINS|
|3. Early Birds and Mockingbirds||10 MINS|
|4. Trains and Tracks||10 MINS|
|5. 212 Degrees||9 MINS|
|6. Social Currency||10 MINS|
|7. Motivational File||11 MINS|
|8. Microscopes and Telescopes||9 MINS|
|9. The Steal Sign||10 MINS|
|10. Homes and Apartments||10 MINS|
|11. Rubberbands and Workouts||11 MINS|
|12. Enemy RSVP||14 MINS|
|13. Faithful and Fruitful||11 MINS|
In the spring of 2020, a global pandemic brought challenges that no one could have predicted. Millions were infected worldwide. Jobs were lost. Economies stalled. In the midst of these very public problems however, a silent and hidden crisis emerged in our youngest population. This group of students now faces three major challenges including stalled futures, increased levels of stress and anxiety, and confusion about what happens next.
The Pandemic Population: Eight Strategies to Help Generation Z Rediscover Hope After Coronavirus is a timely treatment on how to lead youth in a crisis. Students today are being influenced by a 24/7 news cycle covering a pandemic, protests, and panic attacks that will either make them wither or will make them stronger than ever. Generation Z is graduating into a VUCA world: Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous. They’re already the most anxious generation in modern history and now they live in a most anxious time. This book provides best practices for leading in a crisis as well as creative ideas to sustain morale and collaboration among students. It’s perfect for educators, parents, and coaches who lead kids.
The Pandemic Population will help adults:
|1. The Pandemic Population [Part ...||20 MINS|
|2. The Pandemic Population [Part ...||26 MINS|
|3. The Pandemic Population [Part ...||26 MINS|
|4. The Pandemic Population [Part ...||22 MINS|
|5. The Pandemic Population [Part ...||20 MINS|
|6. The Pandemic Population [Part ...||14 MINS|
|7. The Pandemic Population [Part ...||22 MINS|
|8. The Pandemic Population [Part ...||18 MINS|
Life is full of transitions: from middle school to high school, from high school to a college or a job, and especially from college to a career. Each transition is an opportunity to establish healthy habits, make smart choices and meet great people, but unfortunately, some students aren’t able to navigate these intense changes. They find themselves at a destination they don’t like because they didn’t make the right moves at crucial times.
This discussion guide is designed to prevent that.
In The Art of Navigating Transitions, Dr. Tim Elmore seeks to teach students how to make large, critical decisions in their lives. Through thirteen memorable images — each with a series of engaging stories, self-assessment questions, and thought-provoking discussion topics — students learn and internalize important principles on making important, purposeful decisions that will help them set the right course for their lives sooner.
The Art of Navigating Transitions covers timeless topics such as:
|1. Windshields and Rearview ...||5 MINS|
|2. A Compass or a GPS||5 MINS|
|3. A Bridge Not A Wall||6 MINS|
|4. Baggage Fees||5 MINS|
|5. Sturdy Guardrails||6 MINS|
|6. Tollbooths or Roadblocks||5 MINS|
|7. Flight Delay||5 MINS|
|8. Pass on the Left||6 MINS|
|9. Tank Half Full||5 MINS|
|10. Travel Agents or Tour Guides||5 MINS|
|11. Backseat Drivers||5 MINS|
|12. Shortcut or Second Mile||5 MINS|
|13. The Destination vs. The Trip||5 MINS|
We live in the Information Age… but not necessarily the Communication Age. One of the greatest concerns for those who lead the next generation is simply this: Am I effectively communicating with those younger than me? With so many tweets, posts, emails, commercials, and articles flying around, it can be incredibly difficult to engage the next generation and prepare them for life after graduation.
In The Art of Engaging Communication, Dr. Tim Elmore seeks to equip parents, teachers, coaches, employers, and youth workers with the knowledge and skills to effectively communicate with their young people. Through sixteen memorable images — each with a series of engaging stories, self-assessment questions, and thought-provoking discussion topics — communicators will learn and internalize important principles on how to craft ideas and messages that stick in the minds of their audiences.
The Art of Engaging Communication covers timeless topics such as:
|1. Windows and Mirrors||16 MINS|
|2. Number Three Pencil||15 MINS|
|3. House on Fire||17 MINS|
|4. Movies or Meetings||21 MINS|
|5. Find Your Mom||22 MINS|
|6. The Faded Flag||17 MINS|
|7. School Yearbook||23 MINS|
|8. Polka-Dotted Pig||21 MINS|
|9. Foyer to Basement||16 MINS|
|10. Facebook or TV||20 MINS|
|11. The Thomas Nest Principle||17 MINS|
|12. Bottled Water||14 MINS|
|13. The Encore Effect||20 MINS|
|14. Seasons||23 MINS|
|15. Golden Hour||17 MINS|
|16. Skinny Chef||15 MINS|
This latest addition to the Habitudes® series is a unique resource that defines the type of young leader who is effective at transforming communities and having a positive influence on others. The leadership principles in this resource help shape a leader who is both instructive and inspiring. More than just behaviors, they represent an entirely different style and approach to leadership. When practiced, your leaders and teams will become the best version of themselves.
Habitudes is a breakthrough way to teach leadership principles to today’s changing student. The Art of Transformational Leadership uses the power of images, conversations, and experiences to help students and young adults:
|1. Quarterbacks and Referees||5 MINS|
|2. Three Buckets||5 MINS|
|3. Root and Fruit||5 MINS|
|4. Surgeons and Vampires||6 MINS|
|5. Clean Windows||5 MINS|
|6. Salutes and Snubs||6 MINS|
|7. Splashes and Waves||5 MINS|
|8. The Marathon Problem||5 MINS|
|9. Teflon or Velcro||5 MINS|
|10. Fountains or Drains||5 MINS|
|11. Culture and Customs||6 MINS|
|12. Stethoscopes and Treatments||5 MINS|
|13. Golden State Paradox||6 MINS|
The first step in anyone’s leadership journey is self-leadership: We must be able to lead ourselves before we can lead anyone else. In fact, the effects of leaders who don’t have strong character, core values, mental toughness, or integrity can be devastating. Whether in communities, families, churches, or schools, leaders lacking these characteristics can have a negative influence on those around them.
In The Art of Self-Leadership, Dr. Tim Elmore seeks to equip today’s students to graduate with strong character, a healthy personal identity, and self-discipline. Through thirteen memorable images — each with a series of engaging stories, self-assessment questions, and thought-provoking discussion topics — students learn and internalize important principles of good character that will help guide them as they step into college or their careers.
The Art of Self-Leadership covers timeless topics such as:
|1. The Iceberg||5 MINS|
|2. The Starving Baker||5 MINS|
|3. Golden Buddha||5 MINS|
|4. Thermostat and Thermometer||5 MINS|
|5. The Funhouse Mirror||5 MINS|
|6. The Oversized Gift||5 MINS|
|7. Personal Laptop||5 MINS|
|8. Pop Quiz||4 MINS|
|9. Emotional Fuel||5 MINS|
|10. Opportunity Statue||6 MINS|
|11. Discipline Bridge||4 MINS|
|12. The Half-Hearted Mountain ...||5 MINS|
|13. Drivers and Passengers||5 MINS|
A critical part of becoming an effective leader is learning how to connect with others. We must connect with others before we can lead them. Often, leaders are hindered when they don’t listen to the people around them or don’t provide encouragement along. This can destroy what little trust they had.
In The Art of Connecting With Others, Dr. Tim Elmore aims to equip students with the wisdom to create healthy relationships, listen respectfully, encourage those around them, and effectively handle criticism. Through thirteen memorable images — each with a series of engaging stories, self-assessment questions, and thought-provoking discussion topics — students learn and internalize important principles on connecting with others that will help guide them as they step into college or their careers.
The Art of Connecting With Others covers important topics such as:
|1. Hosts and Guests||5 MINS|
|2. The Indian Talking Stick||5 MINS|
|3. Chess and Checkers||6 MINS|
|4. The Calcutta Paradox||4 MINS|
|5. Pyrrich Victory||4 MINS|
|6. Hot Air Balloons||4 MINS|
|7. The Velvet Covered Brick||4 MINS|
|8. Pocket Change||5 MINS|
|9. The Waldorf Principle||5 MINS|
|10. The Gardner's Job||6 MINS|
|11. Tightrope Walker||6 MINS|
|12. Lightning Rods||4 MINS|
|13. The Poet's Gift||5 MINS|
At the end of the day, the measure of a leader’s impact comes down to the ways they changed the lives of those around them. This is no easy feat, nor is it something one achieves in a year — the process of impacting one’s culture requires an understanding of human nature, the knowledge of how to build a successful movement, and the tenacity to stand by one’s vision through adversity.
In The Art of Changing Culture, Dr. Tim Elmore seeks to help students understand what it takes to have an impact on those around them. Through thirteen memorable images — each with a series of engaging stories, self-assessment questions, and thought-provoking discussion topics — students learn and internalize important principles on catalytic leadership that will both inspire them to create positive change and give them the framework to achieve it.
The Art of Changing Culture covers timeless topics such as:
|1. The Joshua Problem||5 MINS|
|2. Critical Mass||5 MINS|
|3. The Hollywood Effect||6 MINS|
|4. Family Virus||5 MINS|
|5. Portable Truth||4 MINS|
|6. Trade Offs||5 MINS|
|7. Growing Pains||6 MINS|
|8. Gift Factor||5 MINS|
|9. Science Class||5 MINS|
|10. The Ripple Effect||6 MINS|
|11. Cathedral Building||6 MINS|
|12. Dorothy's Way||6 MINS|
|13. Movements from Scratch||6 MINS|
|1. Who is This New Generation?||15 MINS|
|2. What Motivates Young Employees?||15 MINS|
|3. How Do You Lead a ...||15 MINS|
|4. How Do You Equip Young ...||12 MINS|
|1. Why Students Aren't Graduating ...||12 MINS|
|2. What Skills Is the Marketplace ...||5 MINS|
|3. How Can You Instill ...||15 MINS|
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