The 3 Anti Bully and Character Education Survival Skills Every Student Need to know To achieve success.
Come July 1stmillions of students will receive a qualification and go into what many will say the real-world ready to take life on. More is certain to get hit with all the harsh reality that you'll requirenot onlya qualificationto achieve successin corporate America.
“This is tragedy, “says Jamahl Keyes, Youth Leadership Speaker, Most popularAuthor, and Anti Bully and Character Education Assembly speaker. “8 out of 10 students will never get the job that they seek, reach their full potential in and out ofschool or evenpossess aclear meaning ofwhat success is to them as theirlack of leadership skills!”
Listed here are Jamahl Keyes, Youth Leadership Speaker, Best selling Author, and Anti Bully and Character Education Assembly speaker three Youth Leadership Survival Skills:
1. Critical thinking skills. Students has to bepositive aboutremarkable abilityto thinkunder time limits, companies arehiring at a rapid rate some people that havethe opportunity towork under time limitsin the workplace. This is a youth leadership skill that can be taught and exercised on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
2. Good Character. Lets face itsocietyin so many ways (through media) reward bad behavior, unfortunately the civil individualssocietyespecially the ones who call the shots in corporate America look at a potential employees Character before they even look at there GPA.
3. Communication Skills. This is a BIGGIE! In this era of facebook, tweeting, youtube and all types of social media gadgets and software, students don’t understand the need and importance ofbeing able to talk toanyone from any background, culture or gender.
Jamahl Keyes, Youth Leadership Speaker, Top Selling Author, and Anti Bully and Character Education Assembly speaker is the author of Can’t Quit It Before youGet It 5 keys tobeing successful in and out of school. He’s been an educator, youth leadership coordinator and is now a youth leadership speaker and Teacher Professional Development workshop presenter.