By default, anyone who owns a business or manages a team has the title of leader, but in my consulting experience, I find that just having the title doesn't make most of us a true example of the word.
Parents: It’s time to reclaim our roles, and confidence, as the arbiters of what’s important to us when it comes to our kids’ educations. If you’re like many parents, sometime in the last month or so gave
I vividly recall a TV advertisement in the 1980s. The tune was so catchy that, even now, I occasionally find myself humming: “be the first to say, do you need a hand.” Thirty years on, I wonder if we’re
There are two types of people in the world: those that have decided on which types of people there are, and those that haven’t (yet). Most of these ideas are rooted in science, even if the science no (or
So much detail! This is public school educator Staci Lamb. She's been teaching for years now and has always "tried to spruce up" her classrooms, but this year she went all out with a Hogwarts-theme. First
The Australian author and principal says it is becoming more difficult to run a school, with overprotective parents failing their children John Marsden has spent decades writing about, teaching and founding
Believe it or not, over the years I’ve gotten more requests to provide Project Management training to non project managers than project managers. That may seem counter intuitive but not really. Organizations
Creativity is good. Knowing that there are spelling rules is even better. "There is no 'P' in hamster." This is not a controversial statement. Any dictionary will agree with it. Any pet store will too.