Rescheduled Date: Thursday, December 3, 2020
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“I’ve Told You A Thousand Times!”
How to Teach Respectful & Responsible Choices to Young People & Handle Undesired Behavior with Calmness & Confidence
After rave reviews for his 2018 parent & caregiver program on communicating with young people, we are excited to have Michael Brandwein return with a new program packed with skills that you can use right away to build great relationships while handling the challenges of parenting.
Why is it that our kids listen to us sometimes, but sometimes don’t? How do we teach great behavior and the kind of respectful and responsible choices that will help prepare our young people for success in life? This entertaining and practical session will show you how. Michael doesn’t teach “theory.” An internationally acclaimed expert on youth development, he demonstrates exactly what to say and do to handle conflict and problems in positive ways. As always, you will leave with a great toolbox of techniques that will make a real difference!
About our Speaker
Michael Brandwein is an expert on youth development, a speaker, educator, and author. He trains parents, teachers, and youth leaders throughout the world. He has presented in every one of the 50 states in the U.S. and on 6 of the 7 continents. He is a frequent national and state keynote speaker, known best for his entertaining, energetic, and creative style, and his focus on original, practical, use-it-immediately tools and techniques. Michael has written six best-selling books on working with young people, including his latest, Growing Great Qualities in Kids. He wrote and presented three Emmy® award-winning television programs on developing great young people that have been broadcast on PBS stations throughout the U.S. Michael and his wife Donna live in the Chicago area and have two sons, Dave and Ben, who are both educators, in music and special education. Click here to learn more about Michael.
We hope you will join us! For questions please contact Rachel at (920) 750-5811.