Tag: kids leadership

Parents as Leaders: A Frontline Festival

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Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. July’s Festival is all about Parents as Leaders. Be sure to enter your email on the side bar to get our new free e-book “A Parent’s Guide to Leadership.” Thanks to Joy and Tom Guthrie of Vixwerx for the great pic. “We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It’s easy to say “It’s not my child, not

Effective Networking:  6 Secrets Your Kids Know

We’d spent the last 5 days reconnecting as a family, completely dark from any semblance of social networking. Alright, I’ll be honest… all networking…each night my husband and I requested a table for 4 on this 5 night cruise to Mexico. It’s cool to meet other travelers… but not this time, we needed family and rest. The final evening’s entertainment was a magic show. My son

Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Leadership And Kids

Kids can, and do, make a leadership difference in their community every day. My nephew, Jared Herr and his friend Caton Raffesperger, have raised over $28,000 for Alex’s Lemonade Stand through their independence day lemonade stand in Gettysburg, PA. They share Alex’s story and their own journey in this short video. As Gettysburg celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, they’re

Children’s Books on Leadership– Questions to Inspire Young Thinking thumbnail

Which children’s books are the most helpful in teaching leadership to kids? I posed this question in my online leadership communities, as well as to parents, and a children’s librarian. The suggestions came pouring in. So many of us have fond memories of reading as a child and of reading with our own children. Thank you to all who shared your stories of the stories you love and the meanings they hold. In

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A Saturday Salutation Guest Post Sebastian Hurt, Age 7 Sebastian is my son, and a First Grader. He loves Jiu Jitsu, beyblades, and climbing new mountains. After much dinner table conversation on leadership and posts, he asked to write his own. I served only as typist. What a fantastic conversation. He was troubled with all the stories from history and the Bible where people seemed to land into leadership positions

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