Leadership Development

It was Peter Drucker who eloquently and succinctly stated that "management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things." Great leaders possess dazzling social intelligence, a zest for change, and above all, vision that allows them to set their sights on the "things" that truly matters. Not a bad skill set for the rest of us, either. Within the leadership arena, B.E.G focuses on what makes a leader including the following but not limited to;

• What is Charisma and Charismatic leadership?
• Leaders: Born or made?
• When do we prefer male over female leaders?
• What are the habits of effective leaders?
• Why some people emerge as leaders?
• What is bad leadership?
These questions are immensely important to leadership. Leadership has been described as “a process of social influence in which one person can enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task". We all can develop our leadership skills to be effective and efficient in whatever capacity we lead. Therefore, B.E.G will outline a series of steps (customized to our client needs) emphasizing the importance of setting goals based on a strategic application using qualitative and quantitative analysis for long term stability and growth (Time and Organizational Management).

Change Agent

Providing the consumers with the basic principles of understanding how to adapt to change and culture within any organization.

Handling Adversity

Offering examples of personal and/or professional challenges that may hinder most people but elaborating on some practices that may ultimately empower those individuals to overcome their current challenges.

School Curriculum

Delivering a blue-print (curriculum map) integrated with Common Core Learning Strands (CCLS) applicable to a school’s magnet to ensure student readiness for both college and/or career development.

Teacher Development 

Providing effective instructional methodologies on how to maximize student performance including behavioral management strategies to maximize positive student conduct and etiquette towards ensuring a stimulating learning environment.

Data Assessment

Illustrating varied data samples on how to interpret, analyze, and apply the Paul Bambrick model for a practical guide to improving instruction as it relates to student growth and relevant supplemental assessments.

Diversity Training 

Presenting various examples of cultural differences and the importance of being sensitive to and respectful of ALL ethnicities as closely aligned with the mandates of the Dignity Act, including Discrimination guidelines (age, gender, sexual orientation, disability)


• A connectedness to yourself internally and externally and to others as no man is his own island.  Spirituality is 
   personal, but it is also rooted in being connected with others and with the world around you.

• To find meaning, purpose, and direction. Spirituality helps one to understand their raison d’etre.  It embraces the
   concept of searching and moving forward in the direction of one’s life quest.

• Connecting to the Ultimate or a higher power, and consciousness of something bigger than you.

Why should one develop their spirituality? Spirituality can offer many benefits to your life, emotionally, socially, psychologically and physically. Developing your spiritual life can give you a sense of purpose and help you figure out where you are most passionate in your professional, familial, and personal life. Some studies show that positive beliefs can comfort you and ameliorate your health. People who have taken time to develop their spiritual life are also likely to better understand their needs

What is spirituality? Spirituality is a way of life.  It is not religion and is not even necessarily affiliated with religion yet religion can affect it.   While the definition of spirituality is different for everyone, there are some fundamental themes associated with spirituality.

• The idea of a process or journey toward self-discovery and who you want to be.
• The challenge of reaching your potential as one keep an open mind and staying focused on their goals.

Support Groups 

Support groups are paramount as they are centered on members providing each other with various types of help, usually nonprofessional and nonmaterial, for a particular shared, usually burdensome, characteristic. The help may take the form of providing and evaluating relevant information, relating personal experiences, listening to and accepting others' experiences, providing sympathetic understanding and establishing social networks. A support group may also work to inform the public or engage in advocacy. There are a plethora of support groups and it is quite healthy to belong to one for support.  Some support groups and conditions for which such groups may be formed are listed below and are not limited to.                                       

• Addiction
• Alzheimer's
• Alcoholics Anonymous
• Anxiety disorders

• Cancer
• Suicide Prevention
• Grief
• Domestic Violence
• Eating Disorder

We live in a techno-savvy world and communication is the buzz word. It is all about communication! Communication is defined as a process by which we assign and convey meaning in an attempt to create shared understanding. This process requires a vast repertoire of skills in intrapersonal and interpersonal processing, listening, observing, speaking, questioning, analyzing, and evaluating. Use of these processes is developmental and transfers to all areas of life: home, school, community, work, and beyond. It is through communication that collaboration and cooperation occur. Learning the proper skills is vital for navigating through life.

The popularity of celebrating commencement is of historical significance in applauding and affirming one’s accomplishment academically. This is a time for family and friends to come together and honor the graduate as their degrees or diplomas are conferred. Graduates are happy and yet apprehensive about the future. It is important that the right balance is mediated to help graduate and family in the reflection process and the next chapter to come.

Clinical Social Work
As a specialty within the practice of social work, clinical social work builds on professional values, ethics, principles, practice methods, and the person- in environment perspective of the profession. It reflects the profession’s mission to promote social and economic justice by empowering clients who experience oppression or vulnerability. The practice of clinical social work requires the application of advanced clinical knowledge and clinical skills in multidimensional assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of psychosocial dysfunction, disability, or impairment including emotional, mental, and behavioral disorders, conditions, and addictions. Our clinical practice interventions may include case formulation based on differential diagnosis and assessment of risks and vulnerabilities and those factors that produce and constrain the strengths and resilience found in the transactions among people, their communities, and the larger social environment. Treatment methods include the provision of individual, family, and group work with the goal of helping individual, family, and group to live healthy and productive lives.

Women and Leadership
Administrators will explore the characteristics of effective school leadership and how personal management styles influence school organizations.  
Building Education Resiliency for the Classified Student

Educators will explore and develop the skills needed to effectively plan curriculum and instruction that will support the classified student to achieve.   

Supporting the 21st century parent
Parents will have the opportunity to learn how to effectively support their children who are learning in a 21stcentury classroom. Parents will be given an opportunity to gain a better understanding of how the new teacher/ principal Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR), Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS), classroom technology and virtual instruction and College and Career Readiness will influence their student’s learning experience

21st Century College and Career Readiness-
Administrators, teachers and guidance counselors will examine and explore 21st century education programs that include; virtual curriculum and instruction, Career and Technical Education programs and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).

Curriculum and Instruction Technology Implementation
Administrators and teachers will explore the influences of technology on curriculum and instruction, and learn how to strategically plan, implement and access its efficacy.

Time and Organizational Management (Extracted from Effects of the Total Quality Management Operational System on adult language learners' achievement) available via

Our Time and Organizational Management component is research-based on various elements applicable to any organization desiring growth as each will be explored and presented accordingly.

Streamlining operational procedures
Retraining personnel on revised program procedures
Establishing cost-efficiencies

Facilitating relevant orientations
Encouraging continuous improvement