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FranklinCovey Education, BINA Partner with Al Fayez Schools in Turkey
This partnership brings world-class leadership development to students, educators, and entrepreneurs.
Dar Al Thikr Schools for Boys in Jeddah, Named a Leader in Me Lighthouse School by FranklinCovey Education
Leadership and Life Skills at Dar Al Thikr Schools for Boys Inspire Young Students to Become Future-Ready Leaders with the Leader in Me Model
FranklinCovey Education Middle East Enters a Strategic Partnership with Bahrain Red Crescent Society
Case Study: Islamic Educational College - American Program in Amman, Jordan Named a Leader in Me Lighthouse School
This recognition is evidence that the school has produced outstanding results in school and student outcomes
Habit 5: Practicing and Teaching the Principle at Home
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood® is the habit of listening to other people’s ideas and feelings. It’s trying to see things from their viewpoints.
Habit 7: Why It’s Important to Remember to Sharpen the Saw
Habit 7 is the habit of taking care of your body by eating right, exercising, and getting the right amount of sleep. It’s the habit of spending time with family and friends; to learn in lots of ways and lots of places, not just at school. The habit is about taking the time to find meaningful ways to help others.
Synergy Saturdays: Practicing Habit 6 with the Family
Synergy Saturdays are for spending time together and building family relationships. That is what my husband would say if you asked him why we have Saturdays. My answer is very different. My school of thought is; “Saturdays, not Synergy Saturdays, are for catching up on cleaning and doing projects around the house, basically finish my to-do list!”
A Leadership Journey: “Lead the person you see someone can be” - Leader In Me
My leadership journey was one of self-discovery, followed by responsibility. I was an awkward child who didn’t fit in with my peers. I was also a problematic student in the classroom who found himself in trouble – consistently. If you had surveyed my elementary and junior high teachers and classmates about leadership potential, I would have been comfortably in the bottom quartile of potential candidates.
The Leader in Me Research Guide
Objective evidence of Leader in Me effectiveness has been steadily growing since 2010. To date, over 30 independent academic-research studies have evaluated this unique process and determined the positive impacts of Leader in Me across a wide variety of areas.
The Leader in Me Framework
WHAT LEADER IN ME SCHOOLS DO? Instead of focusing on academic measures alone, Leader in Me embodies a holistic approach to education, redefining how schools measure success.
Case Study: Leader in Me and Dar Al Thikr School
Learn why so many schools in the Middle East are using Leader in Me as a framework to fundamentally transform their classrooms – and their community.
Blog: Planning With Purpose
The end in mind for this post is to (1) motivate you and (2) provide tools to help you make specific plans for living effectively and interacting successfully with other people.
Blog: Paradigm Shift: 4 Ways to Create a “You Can” Environment
A paradigm shift is something we all struggle with at one point or another. For teachers, a paradigm shift can be as simple as changing how one sees a student’s behaviour. But how does one shift their paradigms? Where does one start?
Blog: The Most Important Characteristic of a Leader
Find characteristics and quotes on Leadership