Books for Parents and Adults
Here are some other resources by Dr. Nelson that can help parents, educators and organizational leaders, learn to be more effective with children, teens, and other adults.
This book offers an overview of Dr. Nelson’s work with 1000s of young leaders around the world, as well as he focus on research related to giftedness, leadership assessments, and training curricula. It provides a practical look at identifying those with a predisposition to lead and then developing their potential. Approx. half of this content is published in “My Kid Leads!”
(6×9 size, 230 pages)
This reader-friendly book offers an overview of Dr. Nelson’s work with 1000s of young leaders around the world. It’s divided into 44 short chapters that can be read in any order, depending on your interest. It provides a practical look at developing children’s leadership potential. Approx. half of this content is published in “The O Factor.”
(6×9 size, 199 pages)
Koach Training Manual (KTM): This resource provides best practice skills for those who coach teams of leaders during the KidLead/LeadYoung training sessions. Those who want to lead training sessions should also read it.
Certified Trainer’s Manual (CTM): This resource provides best practice skills for those who want to use LeadYoung Training Systems project-based curricula for 10- to 12-year-olds. It compiles our learning from 1000s of youth in 12 countries for 10 years.
For years, Dr. Nelson has taught organizational behavior and leadership and universities such as Pepperdine, USC, UCI and the Naval Postgraduate School. Consider this book a toolbox filled with resources for new managers to understand how their companies behave. Chapters can be read in any order and offer a conversational mentoring feel, to help new bosses lead well.
(6×9 size, 209 pages)
(6×9 size, 215 pages)
This engaging, narrative book explains a powerful formula for organizational change. After years of studying change research and literature, along with his own experience in leading, Dr. Nelson developed a 4-factor formula for estimating the pain and potential of transitions. Complete with photos and graphics, this easy-read volume is great for leadership teams interested in effective change processes.
(6×9 size, 108 pages)
Set in Malibu, California, join the author as he interacts with a mysterious tourist who teaches him powerful ideas on how to impact the lives of others quickly. These practical principles will change the way you think about your life and how it can touch others through everyday interactions.
(5×8 size; 100 pages)