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Best Organizational Tool for YOU!

As someone who wears lots of “hats” and is involved in many projects, organizating of all my activities can become very overwhelming at times. I’ve tried many different systems and what I’ve found is that there is no such thing … Continue reading

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Question Everything

Trust is essential to any organization. You want to trust your leaders, your members, your staff, everyone involved. But the problem with this trust is that over time it can become a blind trust. Blind trust is not healthy for … Continue reading

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Holding To Traditions

I love traditions. In my family culture, in the organizations I work in as well. Traditions bring people together by helping us tap into memories of past times where we did the activity and these collections of shared memories bond … Continue reading

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A Leader’s Song

As owner of Patty Cake Preschool, I decided our school needed a song. With the help of my sister, I soon wrote one, taught the children, and it quickly became our signature performance at all graduations and during the summer … Continue reading

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Thinking Outside The Box About Conferences

As leaders, we encourage our team members to invest in themselves and obtain continuing education, attend professional development conferences, join book clubs, support groups, and in many other ways take the time to increase their knowledge, improve their networks with … Continue reading

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