ONE DAY, ON CAMPUS interactive student leadership training that teaches effective leadership and life skills designed specifically for high school students in leadership roles, athletic positions and potential leaders.

  • We focus on relational leadership, being intentional
  • Behavior awareness

Customize programming to meet school’s needs and goals.

Leadership For Student Athlete: Captains Workshop/Student-Athletes

Our Captains Workshop provides a venue where captains and team leaders gain a fundamental understanding of the significance of their responsibilities.  This workshop reinforces the impact that the student-athlete can have on teammates, classmates and the community.

  • Helps create a Season of Significance regardless of wins and losses.
  • Enhances communication and trust between players and coaches.
  • Develops greater self-confidence in the ability to be a positive influence on and off the playing surface.

Core Trainings has been an outstanding partner in providing student leadership programming for students across Massachusetts. From small group sessions to large workshops, a variety of interactive programs are available to meet the needs of schools and communities in developing positive future leaders. The theme “Leadership is influence” is evident throughout the work that Dana and Deb do, and they have utilized this positive influence to make a difference in the lives of others.

~  Peter Smith, Assoc. Director, Mass. Interscholastic Athletic Association

Leadership for Ladies

A powerful and dynamic, ONE DAY, ON SITE training designed specifically for teenage girls. The training focus is on building self-esteem, recognizing one’s self-worth and becoming women of character through the “power of nice”.

  • Building women of character strengthens your school and community.
  • Building relationships creates a platform of understanding and reduces conflicts.
  • Building self-esteem and recognizing self-worth encourages the development of hidden talents.

At The Core: (young men’s leadership)

A one day, on-campus forum where young men experience a hands-on approach to grasping the principles of leadership and relationships. Explaining leadership behaviors and attitudes in a relevant manner that they can understand, participants begin to grasp how their leadership skills can apply in their daily life.

  • Introduces and reinforces basic leadership and life skills
  • Relational leadership is woven into activities and discussions to learn the value of fostering meaningful relationships and connections by adapting to the needs of others
  • Establish an environment of acceptance and inclusion.

A one day, on-campus forum where young men experience a hands-on approach to grasping the principles of leadership and relationships. Explaining leadership behaviors and attitudes in a relevant manner that they can understand, participants begin to grasp how their leadership skills can apply in their daily life.

  • Introduces and reinforces basic leadership and life skills
  • Relational leadership is woven into activities and discussions to learn the value of fostering meaningful relationships and connections by adapting to the needs of others
  • Establish an environment of acceptance and inclusion.

Learning To Lead: (for the middle school student)

This ONE DAY, ON CAMPUS, has been developed for the middle school student. It is a fun and effective training that provides an opportunity for young students to become aware of and enhance their leadership potential.  By explaining leadership behaviors and attitudes in a “relevant” manner that the middle school student understands so they can apply it in their daily life.

  • Students develop a greater self-confidence in their ability to lead
  • Attractiveness of being a leader increases from practical application they experience
  • Enhances character building and intentional connections

TESTIMONIALS

"Deb and Dana do an incredible job of equipping students, through motivation and inspiration, with new leadership tools that can be used on the field and in the classroom. Their methods are inclusive and apply to both students and non-student athletes. As we continue to try and find new ways to help shape our students into role models, Deb and Dana provide crucial guidelines that we can continue to build from as a school."
Jim Quatromoni, CAA
Director of Athletics |Hingham High School

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