Teen Empower

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Eric Chester
Chess Press, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 194 pages
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At last Teen EmPower a sequel to the popular Teen Power books exclusively for those who want to discover new ways to motivate, inspire, and reach out to the teens of today. Like the other books in the Teen Power series, Teen EmPower is jam-packed with solid gold advice from thirteen of America's best professional speakers and authors in education. Through touching personal stories, humorous anecdotes and analogies, and straight-from-the-heart advice, Teen EmPower provides parents, teachers, coaches, counsellors, and other concerned adults with the strategies to guide the youth of a misunderstood generation.

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Life is NEVER fair! A great book to give parents and teachers perspective of the children they work with, teach and raise! Brilliant resouce with wisdom from many wise authors who are also great speakers!


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Speaker Eric Chester is an expert on Generation Why, which is a term he created for people born after 1980. He has written Employing Generation Why: Understanding, Managing, and Motivating Your New Workforce and Getting Them to Give a Damn: How to Get Your Front Line to Care about Your Bottom Line. He has appeared on numerous national media outlets including Good Morning America, MSNBC, FOX News, CNN, ABC, and 20/20. He was inducted into the Council of Peers Award of Excellence International Speakers Hall of Fame in 2004.

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