Global leader of FranklinCovey Education and New York Times best-selling author, including The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens and more.

About Sean

As global markets and professions change, so does the education business. Beyond the current crisis is the future workforce, studying at present in your colleges and universities.

On November 24, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 NN, we invite you to join us in a Leadership Summit to explore possibilities for higher education today. Let's examine challenges facing students we teach as they traverse from college to career.

Sean Covey will open the conversation, highlighting the kind of workforce the world of work needs, and how schools can effectively meet the most pressing, and sometimes, hidden demands of today's education business.


FranklinCovey facilitators shall provide us with learning overviews of real solutions for administrators, educators, and students in today's world. You may click the image to find out more about the full course. Sign up for the specific session you'd like in the registration form!

There are four roles education leaders play that are highly predictive of success. We call them essential, because as school leaders consciously lead themselves and their teams in alignment with these roles, they lay the foundation for effective leadership.

Most helpful for education heads, administration. Consider this course for student leaders as well.

With the demands of distance learning, and remote work, it's easy fall into pressure. Help educators and students with extraordinary productivity. Learn to manage decisions, attention, and energy that give the greatest return on time.

Useful for all education professionals, as well as students in all levels.

Facilitated by LIRIO ONGPIN-MAPA

Facilitated by ERIC PICART

Equip first-level school leaders with the essential skills and tools to get work done with and through other people.

For experienced school administrators, department chairmen as they learn relevant and practical resources to help them excel in their tough and demanding role.

Identify what is important and accomplish it in a sustainable way—the essence of effectiveness. Personal and interpersonal skills for all levels.

Most helpful for school executives, school administrators, faculty, and college students.

Facilitated by MA. ROSARIO OCAMPO

Facilitated by RAYMOND CIRIACO

Get Results—in a way that inspires Trust. Increase personal credibility and build trusting relationships amongst school owners, administrators, teachers, students, and parents.

Highly or greatly essential for school owners, board of directors, school administrators, faculty, and college students

Build the kind of leaders in your college and university who will help raise engagement of the rest of the school in addressing the organization’s most important challenges.

Helpful for school leaders who want to create a Multiplier Effect that will amplify the intelligence and capabilities of team members.


Facilitated by ANNA ROQUEZA

The challenges facing principals have never been greater. In addition to being instructional leaders and effective school managers, principals learn practical skills based on timeless principles to keep up with the rapidly-changing demands on schools.

Recommended for innovative school educators who want to expand their potential as a great leader.

Address bias to thrive and increase performance across your entire organization.

Helpful for administration, faculty, and staff to increase school performance.

Facilitated by RUTH IGNACIO

Facilitated by BULLET LAPINA

As part of this conversation, FranklinCovey Education will introduce its exciting new offering for colleges and universities, tailored to meet these particular needs.

LeaderU is designed to equip both educators and students with the core principles and tools necessary to face and address the challenges and demands of the new world.