RANDALL 6/18/19 PM PRE-CONFERENCE: Be the Difference: Growth Mindset Strategies in Creating New Pathways to Resiliency, Responsibility and Social and Emotional Learning, Renaissance Atlanta Waverly, Tuesday, 18. June 2019

Inspiring internal motivation for change among our students can be challenging at times. Youth get to see themselves as the author of their lives and learn to live responsibly with accountability, kindness and compassion. They get to feel empowered in choosing a context of growth. They will learn that the challenges of life may offer the greatest opportunities for that growth!  This workshop gives specific creative strategies for facilitating and maintaining the growth mindset context specific to the student’s social, emotional learning needs.
Learning Objectives:

Learn structures to allow students, faculty and staff to be outward focused, to think about their choices and realize their contribution in creating the results around them.
Understand how to effectively get results by choosing thoughts, feelings and behaviors from a place of ownership using transformational distinctions of interpretation and context setting
Apply strategies for dealing with resistance and create a context for change, both for the faculty, staff and the students that they serve
Incorporate the ‘Looks Like/Feels Like’ model to help students manifest their natural leadership abilities and access their innate desire for accountability, responsibility, kindness and compassion.
Identify a context of healthy power and control  

About the Presenter:

Kaye Randall is a nationally known author and speaker who has led professional seminars throughout North America on student mental health, bullying, self-injury, depression, anxiety and anger -- as well as youth leadership and student empowerment. The former Training Director for the University of South Carolina Center for Child & Family Studies, Kaye has inspired seminar participants through her practical insights, humor and proactive strategies for helping children and adolescents. She continues to provide clinical services to both children and adolescents and has been named social worker of the year by the Council on Adoptable Children. She is co-author of See My Pain, Creative Strategies & Activities for Helping Young People Who Self-Injure (featured in USA Today), 102 Creative Strategies for Working with Depressed Children & Adolescents, and Mean Girls: 101½ Creative Strategies and Activities for Working With Relational Aggression.

RANDALL 6/18/19 PM PRE-CONFERENCE: Be the Difference: Growth Mindset Strategies in Creating New Pathways to Resiliency, Responsibility and Social and Emotional Learning

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