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- DescriptionA Guide to Resilience: The Second-Greatest Principle in the World Christian Moore is convinced that each of us has a power hidden within, something that can get us through any kind of adversity. That power is resilience . In The Resilience Breakthrough , Moore delivers a practical primer on how you can become more resilient in a world of instability and narrowing opportunity, whether you're facing financial troubles, health setbacks, challenges on the job, or any other problem. We can all have our own resilience breakthrough, Moore argues, and can each learn how to use adverse circumstances as potent fuel for overcoming life's hardships. As he shares engaging real-life stories and brutally honest analysis of his own experiences, Moore equips you with twenty-seven resilience-building tools that you can start using todayin your personal life or in your organization.
- Author BiographyChristian Moore, AuthorChristian is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and founder of the WhyTry Program, a resilience education curriculum for youth. Coming from a blended family of twelve children, Christian spent most of his childhood years on the streets. In a neighborhood just outside of Washington, DC, he was exposed to a wide array of social problems, which opened his eyes to the many injustices that exist in our world today. These experiences, combined with severe learning disabilities and an inner-city volunteer experience as a youth, all contributed to Christian s eventual decision to become a social worker and help others who struggle with similar challenges. After fighting his way to receiving a master of social work (MSW) and working in education, corrections, and a homeless program, Christian recognized the need for a new approach and created WhyTry. Thousands of school districts across the United States have had Christian consult on how to increase resilience, lower dropout, improve school climate, prevent bullying, lower the achievement gap, and improve academics through teaching social and emotional education to all students. Christian lives in the Rocky Mountains with his wife, Wendy, and their two sons, Carson and Cooper. Brad Anderson, CollaboratorBrad was a cofounder and vice president of the Covey Leadership Center (currently Franklin-Covey) and produced the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People product line, including the Seven Habits course and Seven Habits facilitator training used by millions. He is an award-winning producer of films on leadership and resiliency and was director of trainer development at VitalSmarts, creators of Crucial Conversations. Brad worked closely with Christian in producing The Resilience Edge and is the developer of The Resilience Edge curriculum for the workplace. Brad is a proud grandparent. Kristin McQuivey, WriterAs the lead writer of The Resilience Edge, Kristin worked closely with Christian Moore to capture his unique voice and message. For over twenty years, she s been a writer, teacher, and organizational trainer, conducting corporate training throughout the United States and internationally. Kristin is a freelance journalist and a certified trainer of Franklin Covey s The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. When she isn t writing, she is teaching college writing courses and developing course curriculum. Kristin lives in the Rocky Mountains with her husband and three children.
- Author(s)Brad Anderson,Christian Moore,Kristin McQuivey
- PublisherGreenleaf Book Group LLC
- Date of Publication22/07/2014
- SubjectPopular Psychology
- Place of PublicationAustin
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintGreenleaf Book Group LLC
- Weight410 g
- Width152 mm
- Height228 mm
- Spine25 mm
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