A dear friend of mine, Tadia Rice introduced me to the word ‘ubuntu’. Tadia spent many years living and working in South Africa and shared that ubuntu represented a way of thinking and living in the South African tradition. Ubuntu has many meanings but they all center around the idea that our humanity comes from […]
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I am so thankful for the gift of life and for the opportunity to engage with all of you in conversations that make a difference. The Internet and all that it has provided in this area is wonderful! But it is truly each and everyone of you that makes a difference. Relationship is everything! Let […]
If you had just 5 minutes with a person and you knew that you would never see them again, what would you want them to walk away with from having spent 5 minutes with you? How would you want them to feel after having been with you? I am a breast cancer survivor so I […]
I teach programs in Leadership and I coach business and school leaders. But I’ve noticed that ‘oyster glue’ often gets in the way of people’s goals, plans and intentions! To me, oyster glue represents the old habits, beliefs, anxieties and fears that stick in the subconscious mind. So what’s the big deal? The secret to […]
After delivering my speech in Canberra quite a few people asked if I would hang the slides on my blog so they could retrieve them. Please forgive me for doing this three days late from the time that I promised! Here are the slides as requested! Canberra Speech Slides
As I move through my Australian leg of this five week tour, many of you have asked for a sample of my leadership philosophy to get a sense or feel for how it is written. So here it is. Enjoy! And I look forward to seeing each and everyone of you again in August.
The DSWA Celebration event on April 29-May 2nd in Dallas was an outrageous and beautiful opportunity to connect, learn and share. Here are my slides for the keynote for all of those who requested them. Thank you, one and all. I know that I have made some life time friends! Much Aloha from Hawaii, Trinidad.
Here are the slides from my pre-conference event. I am really looking forward to meeting everyone there. Neurology of Peak Performance
Mrs Haley’s fifth grade class decided to pull a stunt on her. At morning recess Little Johnny, the class clown, got everyone to agree to a prank on Mrs Haley. At exactly 11:00 am when the class was in full session all the students in the class would take their math book and drop it […]
Relationship is everything for all human beings and students are no different. Students need to feel connected to the adults in their school. They need to feel connected to you! Their relationship with you is the most important school relationship they can form. It is your individual relationship with each student that will strengthen them to […]