Higher Living Leadership is a training rich in value for leaders of all spheres of influence. With over 10 hours of dynamic training, Dr. Melodye Hilton has developed and packaged a series of concepts and principles that guide individuals to discover their validation quotient–the attributes that unleash personal leadership value, generate it in others, and positively transform culture.
Whether leading a small family or an entire nation, this purpose-driven content is excellently presented in a balance of practical and spiritual application that can revolutionize the way you view and apply leadership.
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Dr. Melodye Hilton
Dr. Melodye Hilton works with individuals as well as workgroups around the globe as a Leadership Consultant, Behavioral Analyst and Personal Coach. Through years of leadership experience and consulting she has developed a unique and personal approach to creating a positive, sustainable impact within her spheres of influence. Learn more at www.drmelodye.com.
01 Introduction to Higher Living Leadership
01a The Heart of Leadership
01c God is Partnering with us to do Justice
01d We All Have a Sphere of Influence
01e Infiltrating Leadership
01f Look Out World, Here We Come!
02 Validation Quotient
02a Introduction to Validation Quotient
02b Validation Releases Power
02c Placing Value Upon the Human Soul
02d Officially Sanctioned
02e Axiogenics: The Mind-Brain Science of Values Generation
02f The Brain’s Hierarchy of Value
02 Validation Quotient Self-Assessment
03 Higher Living Leaders: The Head, The Hand, The Heart
03a The Head, The Hand, The Heart
03b Proper Self-Assessment
03c Self-Assessment: A Literal Structure of the Brain
03d We are in a Battle
03e Magic Trees of the Brain
03f The Simple Process of Thought
03g Emotional Hijacking
03h What Can We Do?
03i Lifestyle of Forgiveness
03j Good News: You Have a CHOICE!
04 Assessing Your Personal Values-Motivated Behaviors
04a Assessing Your Personal Values-Motivated Behaviors Part 1
04b Assessing Your Personal Values-Motivated Behaviors Part 2
04c Assessing Your Personal Values-Motivated Behaviors Part 3
04d Values Self-Assessment
05 Discovering Personal Purpose
05a The Importance of Purpose
05b Discovering Your Purpose
05c Identity Releases
05d Personal Purpose Statement
05e Basics of a Purpose Statement
05f Developing Your Personal Purpose Statement
06 Higher Responsibility
06a Higher Responsibility Part 1
06b Higher Responsibility Part 2
07 Higher Cause: Intrinsic Motivation
07a Higher Cause: Intrinsic Motivation
07b Sustained Intrinisic Motivation
07d Uprooting Seeds of Disappointment
07e Recognize the External Cannot Trumpt the Internal
07f Intrinsic Motivation Self-Assessment
08 The Power of Empathy
08a The Power of Empathy
08b The Directions of Empathy
09 Trust Builders
09a Trust Builders
09b Small Things Make BIG Deposits
09d Trust Self-Assessment
10 Higher Living Leadership in the Marketplace with Kevin Ikeda
10a Kevin Ikeda Introduction
10b Higher Living Leadership in the Marketplace
10c Examples Applied to the Marketplace
10d Validation Others
10e Intrinsic Values in the Workplace
10f Intrinsic Motivation
10h Trust, Respect, Commitment, Integrity
10i 3 Stories of Holy Spirit Impartation
HOW DO GROUP COURSES WORK?
ASSIGN A GROUP LEADER
Each group will need a designated leader who will facilitate how the course will work within your group. This is the person who will be the main point of contact for all group members. This is also the person who should register the group and handle payments.
IMPORTANT: The group leader MUST send a list of all group members to email@example.com promptly following registration. This list MUST include all member’s (including leader’s) full name and email address. This list will determine group member access.
GROUP MEMBER ACCESS
Each group member will need to create a student login before they are given access to the course materials. The group leader will be given these instructions to distribute to all group members. You can also create a student login right here by clicking the button below. Once your student login is created, you will be provided with access to course materials. (Access will be given within ITC office hours Mon. – Thurs.)
It is important to note that group member access is only given to those submitted by the group leader as group members.
WHAT IF MY GROUP IS MORE THAN 10?
No problem. If you’ve got more than 10 people in your group, contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) FIRST (before registering) with the exact number of group members that you have. Include each member’s name and email address. We will send you (group leader) a customized rate for your particular group size. Additional members are added for $95 each.
Note: Discounts are not offered for groups less than 10. Bottom line group pricing for this course is $950.
CHOOSE YOUR STUDENT COST
Group registration for this course costs $950.00 (USD) which provides full course access for the group leader plus 9 others. The course will be accessible for all members (both personally and in a group setting) for 6 months from the time of registration.
You can handle student costs however you choose. Here are some options that you might consider:
- Divide the cost by all members and charge each student accordingly. For example, if you have 10 students, charge each $95. $95 x 10 = your $950 group cost. Likewise, if you only have 8 students, charge each $119.
- Charge above course cost and earn a small profit from each student.
- If you are an organization that already charges students for schooling, work this cost into your enrollment/registration fees and purchase the group course as an organization (avoids having to collect a separate fee).
- If you are an organization, consider paying a portion of course costs and only charging individuals the remaining portion. For example: for a group of 10, the organization pays $500 and each member pays $45.
- Foot the bill yourself and do not charge members.
CAN I EARN CREDIT UNITS?
If you’re looking to earn credit units for this course, you will need to register separate from a group. While the teaching material is the same, credit student courses include required assignments, research paper, exam, etc.
You are still welcome to meet with a group for the group experience, however, you will not register with your group, but through the individual course registration below.
DECIDE HOW YOU WILL STUDY
Group course registrations include individual access logins for 10 people. This means that each group member can access the full course from home (or anywhere with internet access for that matter). As the group leader, you can decide how your group will best learn together.
Here are some of our ideas:
- You may choose to have all group members study designated portions at home and then periodically meet to review and discuss the material.
- You can all join in one place and view the teaching together at the same time.
- Do a combination of both home-study and group-study. Watch portions of the teaching together and assign other portions to be viewed individually at home.
- Add assignments, discussion questions, reading, etc. The leader can choose how they will (or will not) incorporate additional assignments or activations for the group study.
DECIDE WHERE YOUR GROUP WILL MEET
The group course materials can be accessed by any group member anywhere where there is internet connection (including phones or tablets).
If you are watching/listening to the material together as a group, choose a location with a large enough screen so that all can see. You will also want a location with strong internet connection/speed to avoid streaming interruptions.
GROUP COURSE REGISTRATIONIncludes course access for up to 10 students for 6 months
Group leader should be the one to register for the course as they will be the contact person for group member access.
Group registration includes individual course access for up to 10 people (group leader + 9 more).
Course includes over 14 hours of video and audio teaching plus viewing and printing access to a detailed student manual.
IMPORTANT: The group leader MUST send a list of all group members to email@example.com immediately following registration. This list MUST include all member’s (including leader’s) full name and email address. This list will determine group member access. (In other words, we’ll only give access to the names that you provide.)