TOPICS COVERED BY YOUTH MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER DAVID FLOOD
Dignity. Respect. Compassion.
Although David’s message ranges to all grade levels, he believes that the people that know the students best are the administrators and teachers that see them everyday. David’s approach is to discuss with the administrators some of the common core themes that the school is practicing so he can address the same positive subjects that the students see/hear every day in their school.
David’s motivational school assembly will help your students and your school become a closer and more caring community and a school of belonging. David will talk about character, making right choices, responsibility, integrity, respect, hard work, and compassion, to name a few. David also makes himself available to speak to your student leaders whether in middle school or high school. He has also worked quite often with at-risk students, such as students that may need the message in a little stronger tone. David works with these students in an interactive session and in a smaller space.
Throughout David’s presentation, he gains the trust and respect of the children with his humor, energy, and stories. He will teach the children to do three things…to reach, to respect, and to do. When David is able to use the same ideas and language that the teachers and counselors use, the message is reinforced and cemented in the children’s minds.
Bring David Flood to your next student leadership event and your students will be thanking you for the rest of the year.
“In my 15 years in education, I have never had a request from a consultant to have lunch with the students as part of his/her program. Your interaction with the students was amazing”
-Johane Ligondé , Principal
“In just one hour you taught me that life is so much more than what I make of it.”
-Megan HS Student
“Mr. Flood will spend a full day in your school giving assemblies and visiting classrooms as well as lunch periods. The focus of his presentation is on integrating an awareness of people around us through social skills training. His PD models for teachers by training them how to speak more appropriately and interact with students in a better way. It also improves teachers’ social skills and interpersonal interactions through modeling and redirecting. His topic focuses on treating all people with dignity and respect especially those with special needs. Through personal stories and role playing, he inspires children to reach out to others.”
Dr. Tani Foger, Ed.D Principal