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Tag Archives: professional development
(#240) A Blogger’s Retrospective: 2014 In Review
May your 2015 goals lead to your actions and your actions lead to your dreams. In May of 2010 I made the decision to begin my first blog. I had 3 goals: Experience a new (for me) aspect of social media … Continue reading
(#239) Reflecting on Meaningful Professional Development
Professional growth benefits the organization and the people it serves. Just as importantly, the growth can stimulate and sustain personal resilience. The end of every semester brings with it a balance sheet of sorts. What went well? What could have … Continue reading
(#237) Core Values
What guides your personal and professional life? This week’s blog post challenges us to examine what guides our actions. For the past several years I have become a lot more intentional about my direction. I have always been goal directed—but I … Continue reading
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(#211) The Power of the Crowd
Well-constructed and delivered staff training/development programs represent a “value-added” investment in an organization. The evolution of a team or organization depends on continuous growth. Forward looking leaders understand the importance of continuous professional development opportunities for their followers. PD should not … Continue reading
(#196) On Collegiality and Collaboration: Reflections from San Diego
It takes more than exchanging an email address or a business card to build meaningful connections. It’s early morning and I’m sitting in the San Diego airport as I write this week’s blog. For the past few days I had … Continue reading
(#167) Standout or Get Left Behind
What can you do this week to become the go-to person, the linchpin— the difference maker—in the lives of others, and by so doing, make a huge difference in your life? Last week I read (devoured) Seth Godin’s provocative book, … Continue reading
(#150) Connecting With Students: Principles of Student Success
Creating a conducive college classroom climate does not happen by accident. It happens on purpose. “If only my students were motivated to learn!” Perhaps you have heard that lament. Sometimes the discussion devolves into a search for “techniques” to move … Continue reading