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Forment a rebellion against teenage cynicism and destructive behaviour in your school. Challenge your pupils to be genuine rebels, fighting for positive change in their lives.

Book this one-hour workshop designed to engage troubled teenagers in the confusion, disaffection, and disillusionment of their lives, and to lead them from their destructive understanding of rebellion to the exciting challenge of creative change and commitment.

“How to be a Successful Rebel” encourages young people to make the best possible use of the energy and dissatisfaction that lead them to rebel in life.



It affirms their importance as agents of change in society, and explodes the myths of teenage rebellion that have caused so much apathy and despair in recent times. Most of all, it shows young people how to face the challenges of modern life with more positive attitudes. It helps them understand the inescapable realities of relationships in life, and the need for personal accountability and genuine commitment.

It also encourages them to embark on the personal quest for answers and a definite direction in their own lives. Rich in anecdotes drawn from history, sport, the arts and entertainment, this challenging workshop shows how a sense of purpose and a commitment to personal growth are what every successful rebel must have.
 



 

 

 ‘How to be a successful rebel’ is a practical way to get difficult and demotivated pupils to confront the consequences of negative attitudes and to arouse in them the hunger to unleash their own creative potential'

This highly interactive learning experience draws on history, philosophy, psychology, sport, music, current affairs, and the author’s personal experiences in a dysfunctional family, delinquency, teaching, the army, advertising and marketing, and corporate leadership training, to help teenagers examine their own aspirations and how they might realise them.

The Power of Integrity™ corporate workshop program promotes the building of character as the most effective means to personal and corporate success. And the reality is that being a successful rebel depends on the key character traits of honesty, self-control, confidence, creativity, perseverance, and compassion.

‘How to be a successful rebel’
is a practical way to get difficult and demotivated pupils to confront the consequences of negative attitudes and to arouse in them the hunger to unleash their own creative potential.

The Rebel Factory™ is a projected support group organisation for troubled teenagers who are keen to turn their lives around for the better. The idea is to work in partnership with schools, local businesses, sports clubs, and cultural groups to provide friendship and support, encouragement and life-coaching, a sense of purpose and identity, as well as a strong community awareness for young people.

 

   
Leaders & Misleaders – the psychology of progress and regress


An Educational Bridge for Leaders – a program for growing daily as a leader


Leadership & Creativity – you can only build the future with new ideas


Leaders Think; Misleaders Scheme – and most managers just follow the formula


Leading Relationships – exploding the myth of office politics


Leaders & the People Problem – understanding personality, character, and human nature


Leader shapes Culture shapes Brand – leadership is always the on-going challenge


What Does Morality have to do with Business? - Business ethics in an unethical age

 

 

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