Jenna Padbury

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21 Reasons Why You Should not be Proud of Being Busy

Jonathan Jackson<p>Read full profile<p>It’s 2015, and you are laser focused. You built a vision board, cleaned your work space, and mapped out your …

Motivation

There’s a Difference Between Cooperation and Collaboration

Everyone seems to agree that collaboration across functions is critical for major projects and initiatives. The reality, however, is that meshing the skills and resources of different departments, each focused on its own distinct targets, to achieve a larger organizational goal is much easier said …

12 Signs Of Un-Leadership - Lead Change

I’m a big fan of leadership and how the best leaders inspire people. Great leaders create an atmosphere where the energy for the team’s success comes …

How To Live a Life With No Regrets

Putting one foot in the grave today can make you a better entrepreneur and a happier person.<p>One of my best memories of the late management icon Peter Drucker was him telling me that the greatest misconception about the entrepreneur's mind set is that they are risk takers. That may be the way they …

Eliminate Traditional Grades with Digital Feedback

In this post from our series on strategies for eliminating traditional grades, we feature feedback, using Google–a sneak peek at one part of the new</i> …

Education Technology

5 Tech Tools to Improve Collaboration

The benefits of collaborative learning with tech tools are many. “What our collaborative learning style empowers and enables is a student’s …

Millennial Collaboration Apps: Are Meetings And Emails Dead?

The problem with collaboration tools is that there’s so many of them and they all try and reinvent the wheel i.e. what was so wrong with sitting down and having those things called ‘meetings’ or giving people a phone call? Of course we are living in the postmillennial age and this opening statement …