Teaching Students Leadership and Life Skills
"Fred provided a content rich keynote, humor, and high energy stories that motivated our students througout our leadership conference. His views on student leadership and life where just what our students needed to hear. Plus, our students are still talking about his unique and fun breakout sessions. " Brain Wyman, Youth Program Coordinator
Fred is a decorated veteran Army officer with command level leadership experience. His programs include historically proven leadership methods, character development, and real world job skills. Fred has given presentations to tens of thousands of students and teachers, as well as Generals, CEO’s, and Congressmen. Fred’s military experience and leadership training are the foundations of […]Read More
“Fred is an expert communicator who offers a unique leadership perspective that students find enjoyable. B.A.S.I.C. is filled with practical leadership advice that every student needs to hear. This is a must-have student leadership resource.”
~Grant Baldwin- Speaker, CEO The Speaker Lab
“B.A.S.I.C. captures essential leadership principles that will help students to 'Climb On!' to their full potential as leaders. Fred's unique and inspiring perspective on leadership is refreshing, sharp, and entertaining. Students will love his stories, while educators and parents will love his practical leadership advice.”
~John Beede- International Speaker, Everest Climber
A MUST-HAVE STUDENT RESOURCE
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3 Myths of Military Leadership
Is there really a difference in military leadership and civilian or business leadership? The answer is defiantly yes and no. I know you must be thinking, “thanks for clearing that issue up.” This issue can be complicated. Foremost, it’s complicated by a general misunderstand about what basic military leadership is about in the minds of […]Read More
Students Carry 2 Book Bags: One Seen, One Unseen
Every student carries two book bags to school every day, one seen and one unseen. No matter their age, each student has two book bags overflowing with stuff.The first book bag is the one we see thrown over their shoulder. It’s full of textbooks, notebooks, pens, and paper. They carry bottled water, gum, snacks, and […]Read More
This Offends Me and I’m Not Easily Offended.
This photo icon has been in my Facebook news feed several times in recent days. I have to say it’s starting to make me angry. Frankly, it offends me. A number of my Facebook friends, fans, and colleagues have joined in sharing this message from the Facebook page of Grammarly.Grammarly is a fee based website […]Read More
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