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The Secret To Leadership Success – Is It EQ, SQ or both?

I’ve been involved in leadership development for over 30 years only to discover that leadership requires a good dose of emotional management (EQ) as well as the development of social relationships (SQ). Pre-2006 many people including author Daniel Goleman, put the two intelligences together under the title of emotional intelligence. However, about 17 years ago I began […]

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Set Yourself Free!

You are not your body. But you are living in a body. You are not your mind. But you have a mind. So it’s best to understand how to manage it for best results!  And understanding the power of habits can help a lot! If we didn’t have habits, we’d get up in the morning… or […]

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Front Line Report: Stop Bullying Now!

For those of you who know my work, you are probably aware that I work in the corporate sector. Many years ago the parents in these organizations began asking me to train their children. As a result, my business partner, Lynne Truair and I formed a non-profit company called World Youth Network International (WYN). I […]

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The Great Gratitudes

It has been a challenge getting to the internet while I’ve been on the road. Right now I am on wifi in active, energized and noisy Starbucks in Palm Springs, California. My 93 year old mother took a dip in the last 2 months and my brother and I are getting her settled into a […]

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The 3-6-9 Rule

For the last 30 years I have been saying that Relationship is Everything! Today there is a growing body of evidence that supports the notion that student engagement begins with relationships. Students need to feel connected to the adults in their school environment.  The more connected they feel the greater the positive impact this has on […]

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Networking Activity

While I was teaching and speaking in Australia, many of you expressed an interest in a specific activity that I designed to enhance social networking in any group. I almost always use this activity because everyone enjoys it and it gives everyone a chance to expand their thinking on any given subject. I tend to […]

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Education is more than about the tools

Many education departments around the globe are rolling out or considering the roll out of some form of one-to-one computer program.  Some programs even have the students taking the laptop computer home. So with these programs in mind I read with interest this article on the NY Times website – Computers at Home: Educational Hope […]

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Confidence: The Multi-Layered Definition

For a very long time I have advocated the need to teach emotional and social literacy to students.  I have talked about having t0 fragment all human traits into small steps so they are understandable by students in our classrooms and are therefore teachable. In a recent corporate leadership seminar this specific topic of scaffolding […]

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