Posts Tagged ‘Schools And Families Engaged’

Is it called bragging if I share a quote from a recent client?

Oklahoma PTA loves Scott Huse of S.A.F.E. TEAM.  He is truly an inspiration to everyone. Especially to the Dads, giving them guidance on how they can become involved in their Children’s lives thru PTA and other school activities.   Comments made by attendees of Scott’s workshop:  “He is Awesome!”, “Best Workshop I’ve ever attended”, “This Guy is amazing!”, “Great Presentation – speaker well informed and energetic”, “Loved it, learned a lot”

Brenda Heigl, VP Leadership Development, Oklahoma PTA (Annual Convention)

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Billings was a Beatiful City for a Conference

This was my first time to speak in Montana and Billings was a great destination. Enjoy this short clip after my conference.

On the Air with Birth 2 Work Radio

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While I love working with teams training on human behavior and communication, you will learn that I am passionate about my work with schools and families.  In April 2010, I was conducting trainings for IL PTA Convention outside Chicago and I met Elaine Scott with Birth 2 Work.  After learning of each others efforts in regards to communities and schools we knew there was an immediate connection between our efforts.  Since that time, we have not only confirmed our theory, but are setting the stage to implement our programs in target markets.

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to join Elaine and Rick Stephens on their radio show and discuss not only our efforts with Schools And Families Engaged (S.A.F.E. TEAM on Campus), but also the challenges facing school communities and families at large.

If you want to get a sense of my other passion, make time to listen online or download the mp3 to the program “We’ve all been shot: Are you ready for what is next? “

Convention in Tulsa

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I had a great opportunity to keynote for the Oklahoma PTA Convention over the weekend. The challenge for any presenter is to see if you can connect with the audience.  During my talk, “It’s About the Story”, many of the attendees were able to visualize the teams they work with and the relationships they currently hold so closely.  Along the way, they did a little discovery about themselves to allow them to communicate more effectively.   The pictures above are from the keynote and one of my breakout sessions where we presented the S.A.F.E. TEAM program.

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