To build one’s confidence and ability to create change.
Interpersonal skills and positive behaviors that contribute to effective leadership performance.
The layout of the group
(roles, conformity, group dynamics etc.)
The ability to engage actively and effectively within a group or social network.
the tone, quality, and cohesiveness of group interaction.
being able to stay centered and grounded, regardless of what is happening around you and outside of you.
The guidance and support of an individual over 18.
To participate as a group.
to become different in one’s thinking, behavior and/or attitude
Shifting the attitude, perception, and readiness to improve policies, practices and conditions that negatively impact communities.
Changes in group membership, structure, or identity.
The end result of an action, situation, or event.
To unify or stick together
To build and strengthen one’s thinking process and growth mindset.
The ability to recover or bounce back quickly from difficulties.
An active, continuous, and conscientious consideration of a belief or form of knowledge.
The ability to produce an intended result.
To support and strengthen individuals in adopting new behaviors that advance their dreams and goals and those of their organization.
A person or group actions designed to identify and address issues of public concern.
the behaviors, attitudes, and beliefs that adults are smarter than young people and should control the process