Scott Graham has spoken to thousands of youth across Canada and Great Britain.
He is an award-winning speaker whose expertise has changed lives.
Scott Graham believes that children must be taught leadership strategies to have the skills and confidence needed to deal with bullying. Anti-bullying strategies alone are not enough.
Leadership builds character; character builds confidence and confidence builds the courage needed to implement to the anti-bullying strategies.
“Scott’s presentation is the best anti-bullying presentation I have seen in my twenty-five years of teaching.” Connie Willcott
Bay D’Espoir Academy – Newfoundland
Scott Graham’s presentations are forty-five minutes in length, are energetic, inspirational and entertaining. Scott combines discussions with humor, storytelling and role-plays to deliver Canada’s most impactful leadership anti-bullying presentation. The presentations provide practical anti-bullying strategies and inspire leadership.
“After you see Scott Graham you feel as if you have just experienced something great! It is like going to the theatre or a rock concert.”
Gord Deppe – Lead singer of the Spoons
The content of the presentation is tailored to the needs of the school. Here are some of the leadership and anti-bullying concepts.
- The Characteristics of a Leader: respect, responsibility, integrity, taking the initiative, trust
- Developing your leadership style
- Live beyond the labels
- It’s the small things that make a big difference
- Build your brand
- Teach by example
- Bullying: An accurate definition
- How are bullies empowered?
- The strategies you know – What away, ignore it and tell and teacher
- Where did the phrase “Sticks and stones break my bones names will never hurt you” come from?
- The Power of Words
- The strategies you need to know – Becoming assertive
- The Tattletale Syndrome
- Strength in Numbers – The by-stander versus the up-stander
- There’s always more to the story – Understanding the bullying and looking for ways to help Cyberbullying
- Sibling rivalry
- What Would You Do Game – Role playing typical bullying situations
- Physical bullying
“Every action, every intent, and each purpose that Mr. Graham brings to his life is for the betterment of children. The influence that he has had on children in the Province of Ontario will reap societal rewards for generations to come.”
Jonathan Kenna, Special Education Resource Teacher – Student Success Teacher Halton Board of Education