Friday, August 5, 2011
Weekly Recap: Central High School and Ridgecrest Elementary School
We had another fortunate week here at the Center for Servant Leadership.
On Wednesday, I had the opportunity to present the workshop, Emergenetics: Tap into the New Science of Success, to the leadership team at Central High School in Phenix City, Alabama. This was a special moment for me. I graduated from Central 26 years ago.
On Wednesday, I presented the workshop, Emergenetics: Tap into the New Science of Success, to the staff of Ridgecrest Elementary School in Phenix City, Alabama.
I really enjoyed being with both groups. There was so much energy at each workshop. Both workshops were retreat style. The Ridgecrest workshop began in the morning at eight o'clock four hours later we ended at noon and lunch was served. It was a great way to fellowship. The central Emergenetics workshop began at 10 o'clock in the morning and we broke for lunch at noon and 30 minutes later we rezone the second half of the class.
I am also spending today at Central High School. I am presenting the workshop, Playing Nice in the Sandbox, to 75 members of the faculty and staff. I am really looking forward to it. We will begin at 10 o'clock this morning, break for lunch, and come back a little after one o'clock to conclude the afternoon session.
I have been very fortunate. I love what I do. I especially love the opportunity to present to people in my own hometown. I want to thank Tommy Vickers, Principal, Central High School and Mrs. Veatrice Thomas, Principal, Ridgecrest Elementary School for giving me the opportunity to serve their respective organizations this week.