Specifically designed for students ages 12 to 24, Habitudes teaches timeless character and leadership principles through the power of images by sparking conversations that drive experience. Growing Leaders has instituted the curriculum in schools, universities, organizations and businesses on every continent including major partners in the U.S., Brazil, Singapore, Egypt and Mexico. Habitudes also has been an important part of the development of professional and college athletes including the San Francisco Giants, Kansas City Royals, and the football teams at Florida State University, University of Alabama, University of Texas and Auburn.
“I am extremely proud of the impact Habitudes has had on students across the globe since we started the program 10 years age,” says Tim Elmore, founder and president of Growing Leaders. “My sincere hope is that Habitudes can continue teaching students to think and act like leaders, so that each can hone the ability to positively influence the future.”
To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Habitudes, Growing Leaders is holding a contest on Instagram on how Habitudes has impacted kids. The contest features a unique theme, prize, and winner each week. Eligible participants must follow three steps:
1. Follow @GrowingLeaders on Instagram (http://www.instagram.com/
2. Post a picture or video to your public Instagram account.
3. Include #Habitudes10thAnniversary somewhere in your post.
Further details on the Habitudes curriculum can be found at www.GrowingLeaders.com/
About Growing Leaders:
Growing Leaders (http://www.growingleaders.com) is an international non-profit organization with a mission to equip today’s young people to become the life-giving leaders of tomorrow. Founder and president, Tim Elmore, and his team provide public schools, state universities, civic organizations and corporations with the tools they need to help develop young leaders who can impact and transform society.Elmore has written more than 25 books, including the best-selling Habitudes™: Images that Form Leadership Habits and Attitudes (http://growingleaders.com/