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Lucille Rivin \\ Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Eight Tips for Teaching Effective Conflict Resolution

One of the tricky things about teaching conflict resolution skills in schools is how to frame the approach. A “you need conflict resolution skills” approach may meet resistance, a defensive stance...

Elaine Porcher \\ Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Coping With The Covid Blues

We all are expert Covid Blues singers at this point.  It’s a song we wish we never knew.  A year later, we are still struggling from the many effects of Covid.  The list is long of changes,...

Christine Courtney \\ Tuesday, March 16, 2021

New Manager? No Problem! Tips For New Managers

There are hundreds of books on management, and even more articles, tips, advice, and research studies from places like Gallup and Harvard and Google. And any new manager would be wise to dig into...

Elaine Porcher \\ Friday, March 12, 2021

Developing The Art of Delight

Recently I started reading The Book of Delights by Ross Gay.  The book uncovers small everyday occurrences that the author saw as delightful. 

Elaine Porcher \\ Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Vulnerability As A Strength: Embracing What Makes us Beautiful

We are sensitive beings. 

Greg Shamie \\ Tuesday, March 2, 2021

It's Not What You Say: Effective Communication In The Workplace

How many times have you been in a conversation where the person you are communicating with is saying one thing, but everything about them is indicating something completely different? Or where you...

Elaine Porcher \\ Friday, February 12, 2021

Creating Positive Community, Virtually

Our community that once was in person and personable has now been largely scattered across the internet. We see our friends, families and co-workers on the screen or on the phone rather than up...

Erika Petrelli \\ Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Thinking Outside of the Box: Getting Out Of The Trap Of Singular Thinking

I recently stumbled across a post by a woman named Kate Scott, which she originally gave as a Quora answer, where she describes some life-changing advice that her therapist gave her: when...

Dani Ortiz \\ Monday, February 1, 2021

Self-Awareness & Checking In

In the classroom,  we need to offer students opportunities to think and reflect on their experiences and emotions. Self-Awareness is the foundation that will help students succeed in their...

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