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Monthly Archives: March 2015
Stories we tell ourselves vs. stories we actually live. What stories are you telling yourself? For years I’ve been using a professional and personal growth exercises with my students and audiences. Start with one piece of paper and a pen … Continue reading
Let’s make the policy makers have to face, and work with, our students and teachers day in and day out. The same ones their legislation impacts. ________________ A note the reader: I have written before about (a former student) Lt. … Continue reading
These leaders literally transform our workplaces and our lives into empowerment zones. How many have you had? Think of the supervisors you have had over the course of your working life. Take a moment and write the names of four … Continue reading
Beyond the paycheck and benefits, what is being done to motivate those who are charged with motivating our students? Last week, I had the following question posed to me: How can we motivate more faculty to take control of their … Continue reading