Leading from the Lockers

Leading from the Lockers

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by John C. Maxwell, Jean Fischer
     
 

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Based on John Maxwell's best-selling title Developing the Leader Within You, Leading from the Lockers offers tweens the tools they need to develop as leaders before reaching high school or college. Leadership takes many forms, and today kids are assuming roles as leaders in school, on their sports teams, in church youth groups and as peer mentors. Leading from the… See more details below

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Based on John Maxwell's best-selling title Developing the Leader Within You, Leading from the Lockers offers tweens the tools they need to develop as leaders before reaching high school or college. Leadership takes many forms, and today kids are assuming roles as leaders in school, on their sports teams, in church youth groups and as peer mentors. Leading from the Lockers covers the topics of influence, priorities, integrity, problem solving, self-discipline, and peer relationships.

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Children's Literature
Youth—no matter what they have been raised to think or do—can have a positive influence on others. Youth can also be leaders, and Maxwell's study book not only tells them but shows them how, through dozens of inspirational examples and anecdotes. Step by easy step, the student-reader can follow a plan, decide on answers to problem scenarios, or learn of situations and solutions from peers and leadership counselors. It's a no-nonsense prod for kids who need prodding, a get-it-and-start-now and an in-your-face love message from adults who care about the youth who soon will lead America. With a New York Times best-selling book about leadership hanging from his hip pocket, and wearing a CEO/Founder of INJOY Group badge on his shirt, the author's devotion to sculpting leaders is very visible. Counselors seeking to make kids leaders or to make kids even better leaders will be the wiser themselves by incorporating this study book into their work plans. 2001, INJOY, $9.99. Ages 13 up. Reviewer:Patricia Timbrook

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780849977220
Publisher:
Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date:
07/03/2001
Edition description:
Student Edition
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
1,165,479
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range:
10 - 14 Years

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