Teaching Children Intelligent Disobedience
Blink! Think! Make Your Choice Use Your Voice
When you place your children in the care of other adults – day care providers, teachers, coaches, religious clerics, camp counselors – you trust they will be safe but you know you can’t be totally sure. When a supposedly trusted authority figure tells a child to do something wrong it is a confusing and potentially dangerous experience.
Handbook for Parents and other Caregivers
The latest tool in teaching Intelligent Disobedience is a handbook for parents and caregivers to use with children. It provides an easy to remember technique to keep children safe if they are told to do something harmful.
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It is simple to use and you can make copies for other adults or children in your household.
– The Book
Timely book by Ira Chaleff that explores how to learn and teach constructive disobedience.
Awarded as Best New Leadership Book of 2015 by Uiversity of San Diego School of Leadership & Education Sciences.
What exactly is Intelligent Disobedience?Listen below to an excerpt from book’s Audible Edition, read by Dave Clark
– The Song (created by Spike Robinson)
Meeting Ira Chaleff
Ira Chaleff is an author, speaker, workshop presenter and innovative thinker on the beneficial use of power between those who are leading and those who are following in any given situation. His groundbreaking book, The Courageous Follower: Standing Up To and For Our Leaders, is in its third edition, has been published in multiple languages and is in use in institutions around the globe including educational, corporate, government and military organizations. He is coeditor of The Art of Followership: How Great Followers Make Great Leaders and Organizations, part of the highly regarded Warren Bennis Leadership Series. He has written on the appropriate use of power in non-traditional settings in his creative non-fiction work, The Limits of Violence: Lessons of a Revolutionary Life.
Ira’s latest book, Intelligent Disobedience: Doing Right When What You’re Told To Do Is Wrong, is once again breaking new ground by exploring the deep cultural roots of obedience and how to equip individuals of all ages to resist inappropriate orders and find better ways and ethical means of achieving legitimate goals.