Our Kids Package includes The Which Bird are You? Kids Profile and our Which Bird are You? Book written just for children.
The Which Bird are You? Kids Profile:
Imagine a world in which a child begins the process of gaining self-awareness in grade school. Picture how parents would raise that child if they truly understood their child’s behavior and needs. And what kind of impact would teachers and coaches have if they knew how to guide that child through the most important life lessons. For decades, adults have seen the power of taking behavioral assessments to learn about themselves. But these powerful tools haven’t been available to children…until now.
The Which Bird are You? Kids DISC Profile includes three sections: one for the child, one for the child’s parents, and one for the child’s teachers and coaches. The profile report begins with an explanation of the four bird styles. Children, parents and teachers will learn about the traits, tendencies and needs of the Eagles, Parrots, Doves and Owls. They will gain insight into what each style focuses on, listens for, and dislikes. They will discover how each style takes risk, seeks to be rewarded and responds under stressful or challenging situations. The report includes a graph that represents the child’s style as well as an action planning guide for children, parents and teachers/coaches.
Children will learn how they act at school and deal with schoolwork. They will discover how they interact with friends and family and how they approach sports and extracurricular activities. They will gain valuable tips on how to interact with people of all four styles.
Parents will gain a deeper understanding of what children of each style need and how each style acts when they become adults. Personalized content includes a parenting overview of how their child would like to be treated based on their bird style. Parents will gain useful tips for keeping their child safe as well as for helping their child build stronger relationships and be successful in school.
Teachers and coaches will discover how to work with all four styles. Then they will gain specific strategies for how to help the child learn, gain confidence, improve skills, and cultivate strong relationships.
Which Bird are You? Book
For more than three decades, author, speaker, and entrepreneur Merrick Rosenberg has taught America’s leading corporations how to embrace the power of personality. By replacing the alphabet soup found in personality assessments with four birds – the Eagle, Parrot, Dove, and Owl – Rosenberg has helped people understand themselves and transform their relationships with colleagues, friends, and family members. Parents and teachers have long asked: Can you teach the birds to our children?
From the author of Personality Wins, The Chameleon, and Taking Flight! comes the long-awaited book for children: Which Bird Are You? Young readers join 5th graders of Galen Elementary School at Camp Discovery for adventures (and misadventures) under the guidance of their teachers, Ms. Allport and Mr. Marston.
By day, the students try to overcome their personality differences to complete Ms. Allport’s team building challenges. By night, Mr. Marston tells The Bird Tale, a fantasy adventure that follows four emissaries from the Eagle, Parrot, Dove, and Owl kingdoms of Aviara. Their world faces disaster, but they are unsure of how to work together against their collective threats. The emissaries seek out the wise Chameleon Ambassador in hopes that she can teach them how to unite and save their people.
Through a wild ride in Aviara and Camp Discovery, Which Bird Are You? prepares children for the lifelong journey of interacting with different personalities. Young readers learn to understand their bird style, its strengths and challenges, and the risks of overusing their personality. They also discover how to identify the bird styles of others and treat people the way they want to be treated.
Will the emissaries save Aviara? Will the students learn to work together? If they can master the four questions of the Chameleon Code, they might just save the day and win it all.