Empowering Parental Leadership: Proven Strategies, Tools, and Insights for Effective Communication with Your Child

Parent Leadership for Today provides proven strategies to help parents bridge this gap through useful tools and insight that will allow for better communication with the child. In 2020 he released his fifth book entitled, “Sheroes of the Faith” a book centered on celebrating women in the bible, highlighting those that played a significant role in the genealogy of the Christ, a must read for pastors, men and women!

Communication Challenges

Parent leaders often struggle with effective communication, facing difficulties in expressing their expectations and understanding their child's needs.

Navigating Generation Gaps

Parent leaders may find it challenging to bridge the generation gap, leading to misunderstandings and conflicts between traditional parenting approaches and the evolving needs of the modern child.
Balancing Authority and Empathy

Striking the right balance between being an authoritative figure and maintaining a nurturing, empathetic connection with their child can be a constant challenge for parent leaders.

Meet Your Coach
Elder Clinton McRae

Pastor Clinton McRae is a Graduate from Regent University with a Masters in Organizational Leadership (MOL). As a retired Navy Chief Petty Officer, he teaches a variety of leadership courses to naval personnel and enjoys developing training material for New Employees at Norfolk Naval Shipyard. 

As a published Author, he has written articles, inspirational books, conducted workshops at churches, and corporate leadership training for governmental agencies. In June of 2016, he released his third book entitled, “Parent Leadership…for Today & in 2018 he created and published a Workbook to compliment this work. These books are written with a special emphasis on educating, empowering, and inspiring parents in the construct of leadership. In the United States, 22 million children go home to one parent, and 83 percent of those parents are moms. Children of one-parent households are generally less supervised, their actions are less monitored, and there is usually a huge communication gap between the child and parent.

Parent leaders are the architects of a nurturing foundation, shaping the future through love, guidance, and unwavering support. Their influence extends beyond the walls of a home, leaving an indelible mark on the world through the lives they mold and inspire."

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