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Finding mutual pathways for a Multi Gen workplace

Just recently I had the opportunity to volunteer at a large non-profit agency in Atlanta where a diverse team of employees came together (at short notice) to rescue parrots that were in a state of neglect by a pet lover … Continue reading

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The Metaphor Tool — Live to Write – Write to Live

Sometimes, when we are wrestling with a big topic, it can be difficult to address it in a direct way. For example, I struggle with making time for my writing, as I wrote in a recent blog post. I addressed … Continue reading

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The Past: It Sounds Beautiful, Whatever It Means

Tessa Hadley’s The Past is an exploration of family tensions that intensify when a group of relatives gather in their grandparents’ country home, possibly for the last time. The gathering includes … Source: The Past: It Sounds Beautiful, Whatever It Means

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http://magazine.good.is/articles/literacy-and-empathy

I think this link is worth a share!

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If Your Life Is A Story, How Do You Make Sure It Has A Happy Ending?

We always need to remind ourselves that it’s our own script we write everyday!

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Coach first, teach later, pays in higher education

Just recently I picked up a copy of Thomas Crane’s Heart of Coaching, where he talks about 7 steps of transformational coaching and I couldn’t help but reflect on how these ideas can well serve those in higher learning. I … Continue reading

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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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