GARY McGUEY


ON-SITE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR STAFF, STUDENTS, AND PARENTS

 

THE MENTOR: LEADERSHIP TRUMPS BULLYING

Effective mentoring programs are major contributing factors to reducing bullying. By establishing an effective mentoring process we actively engage the students to become part of the solution. This process focuses on character, relationship building, setting and achieving goals, as well as the various challenges and issues surrounding bullying.

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The Mentor: Leadership Trumps Bullying. What does this mean? How does mentoring help deal with the issues surrounding bullying? Bullying has reached epidemic levels. Anyone reading this book can share a bullying story from the halls in school or the buses, from texting or Facebook; this issue has reached new heights and we need to come up with a solution.

We are all mentors; we are all leaders. We need to look for opportunities to provide guidance to others as well as ourselves. Whether through a formal mentoring program, an informal setting with your friends, or with yourself, you can mentor every day of your life.

As you continue reading and learn some new leadership skills, understand that you can apply everything you learn from this book to yourself as well as others.

It is my belief that students play a major role in reducing bullying and improving leadership within their schools. Effective mentoring provides the tools and strategies. If students model more leadership roles and responsibilities, they will display more positive behaviors, specifically the importance of empathy, and bullying will diminish.

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THE MENTOR: LEADERSHIP TRUMPS BULLYING
INCORPORATES THE FOLLOWING STATE & FEDERAL MANDATES:

RTI | School Climate and Culture | Dignity for All/DASA | Respect for Diversity | Common Core alignment | 21st Century Skills

Family & Community Outreach | Social & Emotional Intelligence/Skills | Professional Development | Curriculum Frameworks

Ways to bring "The Mentor" to your school:

1-hour Keynote address | Run a workshop | Enhance a mentoring program | Enhance a bullying program