The Better Prepared You Are, The Faster You Rise
As the transition from high school, to college, to the workplace becomes more competitive than ever, it's important for young adults to balance the demands of school, work and relationships, with their future goals in sight.
Generation.Next prepares young people for the real world. It gives them the skills and confidence they need to authentically distinguish themselves from their peers, and discover their full potential. Many young people lack the social relationship skills needed to interact with adults in the business world. Generation.Next can help teens develop communication skills beyond their device, and start engaging with others in a meaningful way. Young people will also discover how to handle and even seek out new responsibilities while becoming better able to cope with the pressures that adolescents face.
Generation.Next curriculum was developed with feedback from students and parents. It consists of three full days of highly interactive sessions that include real-life scenarios and role-playing.
At Dale Carnegie, we call them "skills that will last a lifetime." The course content focuses on five key areas that are critical for future success:
- Building Self-confidence
- Enhancing Communication Skills
- Interpersonal Skill Development
- Teamwork and Leadership Skills
- Effective Attitude Management
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Who Should Attend
This program is offered for teens ages 15-17 years old who have are in Sophomore, Junior, or Senior year of high school.
A. Build a Foundation for Success
B. Recall and Use Names
A. Build on Memory Skills and Enhance Relationships
B. Increase Self-Confidence
A. Enhance Our Relationships and Motivate Others
B. Make Our Ideas Clear
A. Energize Our Communications
B. Put Stress in Perspective
A. Motivate Others and Commit to Influence Others
B. Think on Our Feet
A. Manage Our Stress
B. Develop More Flexibility
A. Inspire Others
B. Build Others through Recognition
A. Demonstrate Leadership
B. Celebrate Achievements and Renew Our Vision
Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET)
2.8 CEU’s – 8 sessions
2.4 CEU’s – 3 full-days
American Council on Education CREDIT Recommendations:
1 semester hour