New Mexico - NMASC
Thank you for your passion for education and student leadership! 

It was a joy working with your student leaders this week. Below is a gift of four lessons from our leadership curriculum that you can use with your student leaders starting today!

 
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CharacterStrong Curricula

Leadership Curriculum

Advisory Curriculum

Trainings & PD

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Our Leadership Curriculum was built in the trenches by a former activities advisor with a focus on character and servant-leadership. 90, 60-minute lessons.

Leadership Curriculum - Samples

Unit 2, L07: My Life of Selfishness
Unit 3, L01: Leadership Defined
Unit 3, L02: Active Listening – Part One
Unit 4, L06: Power vs Influence

 
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Our Advisory Curriculum is vertically-aligned grades 6-12 with over 200 powerful, 30-minute lessons focusing on social-emotional skills, character development, and community building.

Advisory Curriculum (6-8) - Samples
Grade 6, L11: Growth Mindset – Part One
Grade 7, L03: Introduce the CharacterDare
Grade 8, L17: Empathy – Part One

Advisory Curriculum (9-12) - Samples
Grade 9, L03: Personality vs Character
Grade 10, L09: Emotional Intelligence – Motivation
Grade 11, L11: Civil Discourse – Types of Communication
Grade 12, L22: Life List Introduction

“Positive & Safe Schools”
We will be hosting our signature 1 and 2-Day Trainings, "Building A Positive & Safe School Culture," all over the country. Check to see the location closest to you!

We also have Professional Development models that can be anywhere from 1-6 hours. Check out our presenters here!



NMASC Recaps and Resources

Keynote - It’s the little things that make the biggest difference

Quick Recap

  • Leadership is all about relationships.

  • The Webby Pledge - Break through conditioned responses.

  • 5 Second sacrifices make all of the difference.

  • People want to do the right thing, they just need someone to do it first.

  • The Pinkie Wiggle - Little actions create big change.

  • As a leader be consistent and predictable in mood and actions.

  • The more you treat people with kindness, the more you will see the good in them.

  • Sometimes those people that are the hardest to give kindness to are those that need it the most.

  • Hurt people, hurt other people.

  • The Pinkie Wiggle - One life touches another and potentially both lives are changed; one life touches another and potentially the entire world is changed.

  • Deeper happiness comes from seeing good and doing good for others.

  • A basic human need is to be paid attention to and appreciated.

  • Kind > Nice - Anyone can be nice, it’s reactive, but kindness is proactive.

  • Kind compliments require us to develop the skill of seeing good in others and the courage and vulnerability to tell them about it.

  • The number one thing that people identify that they want from their leaders is TRUST.

  • There are three parts to the Triangle of Trust - Empathy, Authenticity, and Consistency.

  • Empathy - How do we build understanding with people? Everyone has a story.

  • Authenticity - How do we get more real? Live your Truth and Reflect on your Lies.

  • The 4 Big Lies get in the way of our leadership. (Perfection, Approval, Failure, Shame)

  • What is one thing that you would be willing to commit to doing daily to be consistent and predictable in mood and action.