Increase Connection & Belonging
Cultivate Emotional Intelligence
Guide Students to Life Clarity
WHAT DO YOU HOPE YOUR STUDENTS ARE LIKE WHEN THEY GRADUATE?
We have thousands of responses from hundreds of educators. 90% of them have the same answer.
They want their students to be emotionally intelligent.
- They care more about their character and capacity than their test scores, college acceptances, or GPA.
- They are passionately concerned about their ability to listen empathetically, make good friends, make healthy choices, and care for their communities than they are about attendance or AP exams.
- Educators want students to become self-aware of their emotions, preferences, and personalities.
- They want them to be adaptable in challenging situations, complexity, and conflict.
- They want them to be socially adept and establish and maintain healthy relationships.
- They want them to think critically about their values and convictions and make choices to navigate towards a path in life uniquely suited for them.
The question is, are those qualities a natural, consistent result of your interactions? Are your students becoming the people you hope for?
There's no handbook for this thing called raising humans. That's where we come in. We'll give you and your students what you need so they grow up ready to be emotionally intelligent and build meaningful lives.
Relevant Resources & Content
We'll invite you to monthly live training webinars, plus weekly podcast episodes relevant to your work with students.
Earn a Professional Certificate
By completing the training course, attending the webinars and participating in a peer review, you can receive a Certificate of Social-Emotional Learning from us.
Upcoming Live Workshops
Each month, we offer live training workshops on the most relevant SEL competencies. Our style is learn-by-doing rather than lecture, so everything we present is field-tested and ready to put to use tomorrow.
January Workshop — The Science of Hope
February Workshop — The Hero's Journey
March Workshop — Nervous System Regulation Strategies
April Workshop — Motivational Interviewing
It's too easy to miss the critical conversations.
Kids always get asked what they want to do when they grow up. High schoolers get asked what their plans are after graduation. College students get asked the same thing, with a big emphasis on work. But we never ask the most important question that foundationally will prepare a kid for success:
What kind of person do you want to become?
Having these guided discussions with your students are critical—but not easy. That's why we offer our resources.Register Now
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- High School English Teacher
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Cultivating Uncommon Emotional Intelligence: How to intentionally design environments and experiences for kids to thrive into adulthood.