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5 Reasons why a picture is now worth 10,000 words

October 22, 2014 - Mary Charleson

They used to say that a picture is worth a thousand words. Now it’s worth at least 10,000 words and perhaps more. Here’s why: In a world of ready access to visuals with the prevalence of smart phones and easy to use photo editing software, combined with social media plat…

PAUSE – 14.31 – Doubting Your Value? Know That You Matter!

October 22, 2014 - Patricia Katz

Reflection: In life’s daily give and take, slog and grind, tug and pull, it’s easy to question whether what you do or who you are really matters. Many times I’ve felt discouraged or hopeless or useless and found myself asking, ‘What’s the point?” Maybe you have,…

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October 22, 2014 - Shawn Casemore

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Managing Conflict Tips for Front Line Leaders

October 22, 2014 - Greg Schinkel

During our Front Line Leadership course or in our stand alone workshop on Leading in Conflict Situations we begin with a word association exercise. Not surprisingly the word conflict has mostly negatives associated – argument, war, anger, disagreement, escalation, etc.
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