Helping Students Develop Leadership Skills
Resilience, initiative, commitment, and emotional security are just some of the necessary leadership skills students need to succeed both in and out of school. Unfortunately, many students aren't developing them today. What if there was a straightforward way to teach students these essential leadership skills? That's why we designed one of the Habitudes courses - Habitudes for Building Student Leaders - to be used as a leadership curriculum for today's students.
Practical Lesson Plans
We believe all students have the capacity to become authentic leaders and rise to the challenges the emerging generation will face. A great place to start developing these critical leadership skills is within middle and high school students already exhibiting an interest in leadership, like those in student government, student ambassadors, and other leadership clubs.
Habitudes isn’t just another high school leadership program. Grounded in extensive research, our courses utilize language, images and stories specifically designed to resonate with today's emerging generation, teaching life skills and leadership characteristics in a fresh, engaging way.
Habitudes for Building Student Leaders helps middle and high school students:
- Give feedback to people in a way that builds up both the individual and the whole team
- Embrace empathy towards others allowing the ability to listen and seek to understand before committing to an action
- Lead others through mistakes and allow a team to learn and grow
- Reduce anxiety by correctly understanding what is within their control, within their influence and what is out of their control
Habitudes Case Study:
Hart County High School
Watch how Habitudes has been used as a leadership curriculum and helped one school invest in their students.
What's Included in Habitudes
Our leadership curriculum includes access to the following teaching resources:
Flexible Lesson Plans
Group Learning Activities
Student Worksheet Journals
Results Schools Have Seen While Using Habitudes
The following results have been reported by schools who have used Habitudes:
300% Increase in Student Leadership Team
45% increase in community service hours per students
400% increase in student-initiated clubs
11% decrease in disciplinary incidents
60% decrease in fights