It can be a minor thing that becomes a big annoyance! Don’t let it get out of hand. Here’s a great little article from the Boomr team with specific steps on how to coach an employee who is chronically late to work. What tips do you have that have worked for you in the past?
You may have encountered a few bullies in your time in office. They are by far the minority of clients we serve, but they do show up occasionally. Read this Dallas Morning News piece for field guide that includes, “The Righteous Crusader,” the “Entitled Intimidator,” and the “Vicious Gossip.” What are your strategies for addressing […]
Recent studies are showing that taking time for silence restores the nervous system, helps sustain energy, and conditions our minds to be more adaptive and responsive to the complex environments in which so many of us now live, work, and lead. But cultivating silence isn’t just about getting respite from the distractions of office chatter […]
Is this in your Montessori albums? “…those oral communication skills must be explicitly taught like other core skills in school. And a well-spoken, confident young person will have occasion to use those communication skills throughout his or her life.” Read the full article from Mind/Shift here.
From the Independent Ideas section over at NAIS (their image above)… What Independent Schools Can Teach Higher Education on Governance “The key factor for overall institutional success is effective board governance. . . . From my perspective, independent schools can provide valuable lessons to higher education — both public and private institutions — on governance […]