Research Conversation: October 28, 2021 @3 pm EDT

High Leverage Practices for Building Student Resilience

As we continue on into our third disrupted school year, the battle with burnout, overwhelm, and compassion fatigue is real. That’s the understatement of the year, right? So, what are the most important things you can do to help build resilience in your students – and yourself? Join Dr. Eve Miller as she shares high leverage practices that you can implement immediately!

Register Now

Find Your Voice

What is Leader in Me?

Leader in Me is a research-validated comprehensive process designed to address social emotional needs, college and career readiness, and the development of a strong leadership culture. Our world-class FranklinCovey coaches support implementation excellence and professional development essential for sustained academic achievement.

Learn More Watch Video

Explore Our Evidence-Based Solutions

A Better Way to Think About Unfinished Learning

7 Effective Paradigms for Learning Recovery

Learn More

Research Conversation:

The Science of Hope

Watch Now!

Your Brain on Burnout:

Using Neuroscience to Support Wellness

Learn More

Explore our FREE

Resource Center

Experience Season 2 of

Change Starts Here

Listen Now

We talk about what students experience at home and in the community; they bring that to school. Leader in Me for us has been something that we had at school that they can take home. We’re finding that students are taking the language of the 7 Habits to their parents, and to their churches, and to their organizations and teams, and that is creating a change that I was not anticipating.

Watch the OnLeadership Interview

Dr Curtis Jones Jr

Dr. Curtis L. Jones Jr.
2019 National Superintendent of the Year, Bibb County School District, Macon, Georgia

Leader in Me Testimonials


What People Are Saying

Learn More


We proudly support and partner with the following associations:

Learn More

Sign up for our Newsletter

Are you passionate about education? So are we!

Access events and resources on a variety of current education topics.

Franklin Covey Education