Dr. Tim Jordan is great and so easy to listen to! Very easy to relate to, funny and engaging!”
~ parent, Suzi R.
I feel so fortunate to have you working with our students. We have heard great praise from both teachers and parents as well as from the 4th grade class of girls you are working with this year. We appreciate you and this outstanding program.”
~ Joan Oakley, Assistant Superintendent, Ladue School District
I have been overwhelmed with positive feedback from our attendees. Thank you!”
~ Nancy Szigethy, NMS Management, Family Wealth Conference
Dr. Tim’s personal approach is quite unassuming which builds trust. As he offers specific techniques and creates memorable role playing opportunities it becomes easier to see in advance how impulsive reactions create undesired consequences.”
~ Pete Spanos, Vetta Sports Clubs
Your non-judgmental acceptance and understanding promoted trust. You touched them and they listened. You showed them strategies to bridge their differences and they responded. Thank you so much for the beautiful day you spent with our Grade Five female students.”
~ Anne Reinholdt, Teacher at Forsyth School
I wish we could have this speaker for a whole day! He has so much great information to share about raising and teaching girls!”
~ parent John M.
They provided us with excellent tools to help the girls handle conflict, build trust, and resolve differences. We are so grateful for the opportunity to work with the Jordan’s and I strongly recommend this program for girls.”
~ Bridget Nations, Teacher at Chesterfield Montessori School
Dr. Jordan’s talks and seminars for teachers have provided easily implemented ideas and suggestions that help teachers help children become more accepting and tolerant of one another, develop greater respect for their differences and recognize the value of cooperation and collaboration. Whether the topic is implementing a program of positive discipline, developing self-motivation in students or the importance of team work in the classroom environment Tim’s entertaining and practical suggestions have helped those who teach in ISSL member schools to be more patient, understanding and proactive in working towards their goal of educating and creating caring and responsible children.”
~ Genie Newport Guilliams, Executive Director, Independent Schools of St. Louis