YouthMAX Tampa Bay: leadership training skills for youth from the John Maxwell Team

News Release

July 14, 2016

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Kim D. Moore
(813) 664-9654
Kim@YouthMaxTampaBay.com

TAMPA BAY, FL – Today’s youth often struggle with identity, fear of failure, bullying and a need for strong personal character. Next week, Dr. Kim Moore will present YouthMAX, a youth leadership curriculum, designed to give today’s young people practical tools and ideas to help them navigate life in these key areas.

“Bullying, failure, low self-image and poor character decisions are at the heart of many of the challenges facing young people today,” said Paul Martinelli, president of the John Maxwell Team. “We’ve decided to do something about it and we’re excited about this opportunity to give youth practical tools and ideas to help them succeed in today’s changing world.”

On July 23rd, certified John Maxwell Team speakers will deliver four presentations at the Dream Center of Tampa developed and taught by John C. Maxwell: Stand Up & Be Counted (Stop Bullying), Developing a Positive Self-Image, Learning to Fail Forward to Success and Developing Strong Personal Character.

This free leadership training is available to youth ages 14-17 in the Tampa Bay area. Interested youth can register for  the YouthMAX Tampa Bay event at www.ytb-072316.eventbrite.com.

The John Maxwell Team is a group of independent John Maxwell Certified Coaches, Speakers and Trainers, who offer workshops, seminars, keynote speaking, and coaching to aid personal and professional growth through study and practical application of John Maxwell’s proven leadership methods.

Kim D. Moore, Ed.D., is a John Maxwell certified Coach, Speaker and Trainer. Kim is passionate about educating aspiring, emerging and experienced leaders to expand their influence, lead with confidence, and achieve significance.

To learn more about YouthMAX, please visit www.YouthMaxTampaBay.com.

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