Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Little Blue Engine …a case for Performance support

Watty Piper’s classic children’s story on The Little Blue Engine rings true in a number of ways for workplace performance. Let’s start with The Blue Engine’s first encounter with the stalled large train carrying toys and goodies to the village children. … Continue reading

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“Out of the Box” Children Need “Out of the Box” Parents

Originally posted on Kingsbury Transforms:
In my work as a diagnostic tester at the Kingsbury Center, I have worked with many gifted students who struggle with underachievement and learning challenges. Often called “Twice-Exceptional” or referred to as GT/LD (i.e., gifted…

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A new year but….. who’s listening

A new year comes rushing in with little time to catch our breath between celebrations, parties and family gatherings where heart to heart conversations get tangled in a web of devices that pass for true communication. Now fixated on I-pads, … Continue reading

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