Category Archives: Teaching

The Power of One

The power of hope often begins with one person. The belief of one therapist opened up a completely different life for one autistic child… and his family. Continue reading

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Relationships & Organizational Effectiveness

It is the choice to initiate, foster and sustain relationships that creates the true power of an organization. Continue reading

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Through the Panes

Sometimes trying to comfort a crying teenager can be a risky choice. Not trying might not be a good choice, either… Continue reading

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Masters of Their Craft

I love to watch someone who is highly skilled at their craft, whether it’s shaping metal or shaping minds. Continue reading

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Lessons from the Past

Accountability combined with appreciation and leadership molded by integrity are pretty good principles for principals… and the rest of us, too. Continue reading

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The Next Town Over

Field trips are a key component of education, from pre-school to post-graduate! Continue reading

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In Praise of Teaching

My life has been and continues to be blessed by many teachers; may God bless them as well! Continue reading

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Things That Matter

Interviewing skills aren’t nearly as important to me as a candidate’s values… and job skills. Continue reading

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Keeping On Course

When we make good choices and hang out with good people, good things happen… even in the midst of tragedy. Continue reading

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Better than Twitter

I love the convenience of texting, messaging and email but for true connection, nothing replaces the personal visit. Continue reading

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