Tag Archives: character

New Online Training Posted for Directors : # 1 Secret to Good Leadership

Ever wonder what might really work with your staff? I give you the secret, based on years of research, on what staff really respect. You will be amazed! Online training right here (see Directors click through or Indep Study at … Continue reading

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Ferguson Says Diversity Training Still Very Relevant

I started doing “diversity training” back in the 1990s. I was wondering if it were really a “dead horse.”  Recent seminar feedback (diversity doesn’t apply here) and recent news (Ferguson. MO) suggest that it is still very relevant today. Please … Continue reading

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Christian Directors Groups Now Forming

If you would like to be in a group for Christian directors and owners, please contact me. We are having such a great time in Austin that I would like to help start such groups in other places. Looks like … Continue reading

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Character Formation Begins in the Cradle

http://www.dadmag.com/dadskills/values.php Michael Shulman, Ph.D. says character formation really does begin in the cradle, with people like us being dependable. I had a great time with a bunch of early childhood educators yesterday evening. We discovered that none of them had … Continue reading

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Amazing Advances – and Abysmal Advances

Today Japanese surgeons report the world’s first successful surgery using IPS cells. These are cells taken from the patient’s body, and treated so that they act as if they were stem cells. They were then implanted in the patient’s body … Continue reading

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Celebrating Independence

How are you celebrating Independence Day? I’ve been reading the biography of John Adams. Learned a lot and have been very encouraged.  For instance, John Adams said that Independency happened in the hearts of Americans before it was one on … Continue reading

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Wise or Foolish Leadership

From Dan Rockwell (http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com/2014/01/06/distinguishing-the-wise-from-the-foolish/) The most talented fool in the world only brings misery and destruction. Business is more than numbers and results. Leaders go astray when they neglect character at the expense of abilities. The gifts and talents of … Continue reading

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Olymipic Standards

Great how great character is being displayed – and mentioned. Like Jordyn Weiber, so disappointed – and rightly so- yet speaking ill of no one. And Brian Lochte refusing to say who it was who did not sign an autograph … Continue reading

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