Future Path @ Helping Your Child Find Their Identity
Class Description: With nearly 30 years working with youth as a church leader coupled with career experience mentoring younger employees trying to find their way, I have gained insight in helping young people and young professionals discover their individual strengths that serve as building blocks in helping them discovering their unique identity.
In recent years the emphasis within the large corporations where I worked began to evolve from a focus primarily upon helping employees strengthen weaknesses to one where great effort was taken to identify and strengthen the individual’s strengths. Research indicates that tapping into ones strengths while minimizing weaknesses has the greatest return on the organization’s employee investment.
This class will focus on methods that parents can use to assess individual strengths in their children and then an interactive demonstration on how to effectively use the DIRECT Communication Feedback Model as a tool when for parents interact with their children.
Bio: Martin Clark recently retired from the wireless industry that he help start. He served in several key positions through the years including AT&T Director of Sales and Marketing for Texas and Louisiana, Regional Director over the Northwest Region for Sprint and most recently as Director of Sales in Utah for AT&T. He managed a team of over 300 employees including the disciplines of sales, marketing, engineering, finance, operations, customer service, public relations, and training.
Mr. Clark also enjoyed a successful entrepreneurial endeavor in 2005-2007 winning a large federal logistics contract supporting the post hurricane Katrina recovery effort in Louisiana.
Mr. Clark enjoys spending time with his wife, children and seven grandchildren. He enjoys getting away to the ranch in central Utah where he was raised. Much of his spare time is spent serving in is current church calling as Stake President. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 1985 with a BA in communications.