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Emotional and Social Literacy in the Schools!

I just completed a 2 day school course at Farrington High School. It focused on balancing intellectual strengths with emotional and social literacy. The course was called “Life Without Limits – You Make a Difference” and the results were over the top! In an activity called ‘The Grid’ students confronted boredom, frustration, and exasperation as […]

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New Pathways – 2010

Happy 2010! I hope that all of you had a wonderful holiday season leading into the new year. I just returned to the islands and I’m excited because it’s a time of new beginnings – updating old goals and setting new ones. Before leaving on our holiday Lynne and I met with David Linke from […]

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Whistler in Winter

Forgive the break in communication, but I am on my annual one month vacation. I’m here in Whistler connecting with old friends. Then off to spend some time with my mother in Grants Pass Oregon. I will be home just in time to set my 2010 goals for the year. And, as usual, I invite all […]

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Goals in the Nano-second Realtime World

I was just reminded by two of you who participated in our Australian seminars that the best of intentions, goals and commitments often fall prey to the daily exigencies of life in a nano-second real time world. The comfort zone and old habits often kick in and then lots of To Do items, e-mails, customer […]

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Courageous Conversations

It has been a terrific trip to Australia. The work has been engaging, inspiring, invigorating and highly creative. I have experienced being with leaders who were willing to view their professional relationships from a fresh perspective and to approach their work in new ways. This takes courage, the courage to question and reassess attitudes and […]

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I Love U Australia!

It has been another wonderful week of friendship and connections. Lynne and I are so excited because our Aussie family is expanding exponentially! Thank you! It is a joy to connect with all of you! My Hawaiian family knows that to someone like me from Hawaii, family is everything. The word for family in Hawaiian […]

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The STEM Program

For those of us who have longed to see a change in education, as I have, this blog is for you! I am engaged with a team of people in something called STEM. This advanced alternative is for SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATH buffs who have stood out as exemplary students in any of these […]

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Round Robin Management Meetings (RRMM) Work!

I’m going to assume that you got your list ready and we’re ready to move ahead on your Round Robin Management Meetings. So here we go. Print out several copies of the meeting agenda and 1 copy of the instructions (#6) for each team member.Download Meeting Agenda Hand them out at your next meeting and […]

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Expansion in a Time of Contraction

 Lynne and I had a wonderful meeting with Patricia Hao, the Director of HR and Jennifer Sims, the training manager at Hawaii State Federal Credit Union in Honolulu this morning. I have been doing consulting and training with HSFCU for 31/2 years now and we met to schedule the Train the Trainer program for 2009. […]

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