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Monthly Archives: June 2013
For those who do not want to settle and would like to rekindle the passion in your calling, I suggest a three-step model. At the conclusion of a recent presentation on non-cognitive factors of student success, a young instructor approached … Continue reading
Have you been feeling a bit rushed—overwhelmed by all you have in front of you? My suggestion is to remember that you do have the choice to respond—even when others have made your plans a mess. I am reminded often … Continue reading
Personal reflection is an underlying principle of student success— and it is often a neglected principle in everyday life. We need to (must) take time to give considered thought to the steady flow of information we are exposed to in … Continue reading
“We can’t practice compassion with other people if we can’t treat ourselves kindly.” -Brené Brown- In last week’s post, I listed my top five attributes for effective leadership. At the top of the list, I had placed the ability to … Continue reading