The Teacher’s Dilemma . . .

. . . approaching the complex, and often confounding, challenges relating to the gaining and building of

access,

acceptance, and

appreciation of

young enquiring minds in the face of today’s fast-paced, information-rich, yet values-conflicted world.

     Agenda:  How to apply a wisdom-based framework that stimulates and sustains influence,

by encouraging and enhancing natural curiosity, courage, and collaboration, that will

overcome restrictions, frictions and conflicts in learning and development, to
                              build and support constructiveness, confidence, and competence.

Based on more than forty years of successful, practical experience in mentoring / coaching both public and business leaders, may I offer you, gratis, a one-hour introduction to a proven alternative approach?

The presentation would include a constructive question / discussion period fully supported by specific tools and an original text (available in print, eBook, and audio formats – 367 pp illustrated in full color)?

To assist with focusing and creating a unique event, centred on your pivotal interests and concerns, please select up-to-three issues from the following related list:

  1. Perspectives on Life and Wisdom – analogies, models, checklists and focus
  2. Broad Overview – 3 barriers, 3 exposures, 3 assimilators and 3 interest entrenchers
  3. The Wisdom Approach – why and how it succeeds and prospers despite us
  4. Orienting Wisdom – framing Wisdom concepts for practical, everyday use
  5. Working with Wisdom: exploring the 9 Paths & 9 Questions
  6. Wisdom of the Mind – in pursuit of Openness; Contribution; Empathy
  7. Wisdom of the Heart – Connectedness; Constructiveness; Contemporariness
  8. Wisdom of the Soul – expanding awareness of Spirituality; Eternality; Unity
  9. Defining Life Purpose and Drivers – what makes us ‘tick’ and also prosper
  10. Barriers to Progress – the invisible forces that have always restrained us
  11. Dealing with Change – cultivating a positive and practical growth mentality
  12. The Mind as a Tool – developing a User’s Manual to take back control
  13. Practical Self-Development – integrating growth with everyday life experiences
  14. Building Wisdom – a Model for incremental and sustainable progress
  15. Setting a Personal Agenda for Self-Fulfillment as a new WAY of life
  16. and Specific Tools:
    1. Drivers and Strengths
    2. Thought Experimentations
    3. Journaling – a Wisdom-based approach
    4. Motivation and Incentive 

Author

  • David E.C. Huggins

    David Huggins has fully enjoyed a lifetime of experience as a military officer and as a behavioural scientist, supporting businesses and similar enterprises, at both organizational and individual levels, through leadership coaching. A contemplative Christian, he is devoted to contributing love, value, comfort, and continuity to this diverse world. He resides in Campbellville, Ontario, with his lovely and talented artist wife, Judy.