A Leader in Me Symposium is being held March 4-5 in Bowling Green, KY.  Participants will see firsthand how two Kentucky schools are using Leader in Me to empower their students and infuse leadership into the culture and curriculum of each campus.

Students in the Leader in Me process are learning the skills absolutely essential to successful and meaningful lives – among them initiative, responsibility, communication, problem-solving, creativity, and teamwork.  As a result, their schools see more student, parent, and teacher engagement, higher academic achievement, and reduced discipline referrals.

As part of the symposium, participants will visit schools on March 4 with significant time to learn from students and teachers about the transformative power of this initiative. In the Practitioner Sessions, participants will learn from educators who are working with students to develop them as leaders, set goals, become accountable, and unleash their full potential.  Presentations from nationally renowned speakers, such as Lisa Fenn and Daniel Pink, will round out this in-depth exploration of leadership development.

Registration for the two-day event is open.  The fee for the two-day event is $295.