Inspiring Measurable Acts of Kindness
- Bullying Prevention
- Grade K-5 Students
- Educators & Staff
Fee: $3K-5KInvite Brian
• Founder of Think Kindness
• Over 1M Documented Acts of Kindness With Schools
• Featured by the TODAY Show and USA Today
Brian Williams Inspires Measurable Acts of Kindness in Schools Around the World.
Brian is on a mission to inspire kindness movements in schools across the nation. His message is one that calls students to action and creates measurable change in each school he visits. He is energetic, funny and gets students to think outside the box on how they can create a ripple of positivity within their school.
• Spoken to over 250,000 students
• Documented over 500,000 acts of kindness
• 4th degree black belt
• Inspires kindness movements across the world
While growing up in martial arts, Brian learned that Kindness was the ultimate form of self-defense. Now he is on a mission to inspire millions of kind ninja’s across the country. A Kindness Ninja is someone who does nice things for people without seeking recognition.
- Explain and describe kindness
- Know the three steps to become a Kindness Ninja
- (1) Start Small
- (2) Be Brave
- (3) Be Kind
- Give actionable ideas to spread kindness
- Respect, Bravery, Empathy, and Forgiveness
- The impact a simple act of kindness can have
Every person, no matter who they are, can make a substantial impact on
the world. Every act of kindness creates a ripple that many people often overlook. During Brian’s presentation, he will not only highlight the immense power a single act of kindness can have, but will also highlight how a single act can change the way you perceive the world and yourself…and at the end, every student is given a compelling kindness call to action.
- Impacts of Negativity
- Clearly identify and define kindness
- Self-Worth & Value
- International Impacts of Kindness
- Clearly identify 10+ free kindness ideas
Science proves that kindness is powerful. So powerful in fact that UCLA created the Bedari Institute of Kindness, which is dedicated to the research, education, and practice of kindness. During this presentation, Brian will unpack the scientific impact of kindness and how it relates to your students, classroom, and student culture. But rather than just talk about the scientific data, Brian will have the entire audience carry-out 5 acts of kindness during his presentation and leave them walking away with tips, tactics, and strategies to start their very own kindness movement.
- Proven benefits of kindness
- Societal Barriers to inspiring kindness
- Ways to ‘Make Kindness Cool’
- How Kindness can shift your school culture
- How to get parents involved in teaching Kindness
THE POWER OF KINDNESS
This follow-up presentation allows students to see how quickly kindness spreads. One act of kindness can spark a ripple of kindness that can take over an entire school, community, or even city. With strong visuals, games, and inspirational stories, students will walk away with several kindness ideas and a passion for sparking a ripple of kindness…kindness ninja style.
- The power of a single act of kindness
- Draw the ‘kindness action plan.’
- Explain why kindness takes bravery
- Create a list of kindness ideas
“We had to pivot as the COVID-19 pandemic hit school districts across the country, including ours. Brian assured us that he invested in top quality studio equipment to deliver what was originally planned as in-person assemblies which transitioned to fully virtual ones. The assemblies were so professional and well done and captured the same energy and excitement that Brian brings to his live events.”Michael Ballone, Assistant Superintendent
“In my 15 years of teaching, I’ve never seen our student body so excited to be kind to others. Brian truly changed our school culture.”Sherry Wann, California Trail Middle School
“Bullying Incidents Decreased by 32% Almost Immediately”Carson Valley Middle School
“I’ve never seen our students (and staff) so excited to be kind. I truly can’t thank Brian enough for the positive light he brought to our school.”Diana Bowles, Stead Elementary School