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L E A D E R S H I P FOR KIDS!
What is important? What are your goals for teaching? What are your priorities once you’re in the classroom?
How the Leader in Me Started
Are academics enough?
What are the 7 Habits?
“I take initiative.”
“I set goals and plan ahead.”
“Everyone can win.”
“I listen with my eyes, heart.” ears, and
“I communicate effectively.”
“Together we can do more.”
“I live a balanced life.”
And help others find theirs.” “I know my strengths...
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Based on the work of Stephen Covey
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WELCOME Great Happens Here.
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