The fear of racism is a powerful persuasion tool, and decision makers need facilitators who can both create a policy of diversity, while also being able to withstand the initial attacks. Sean McLeod’s approach works because it doesn’t just make African Americans feel good and appreciated, but all populations of a school including Caucasian. Sean’s methodology is concentrated in one principle: “INCLUSION.”
MT Motivational Speaking
Through Personality Development and Emotional Development, delivered through consulting, lecturing and motivational action sessions, Mr. McLeod and Reaching for Higher Ground Consulting Facilitators address interpersonal conflicts that impede progress and performance in schools, and specific to your school. The greatest strength of this approach is assisting administrators in conceptualizing solutions for their specific challenges, while openly addressing problems and solutions with students, parents, and teachers as well.
“Undoing the Bully”
Leading audiences by using his life stories growing up black, poor, and even being a male dancer -at a time in which “boys dancing” could destroy your public school status- Sean gets you to the real talking points. Simple conversation, easy understanding, and clear action steps are his trademarks. Sean is not an expert that takes his position over yours; he’s the kind of facilitator that makes your opinion valid, and then helps create a bridge to an action on which all the adults in the room can move.