Integrity and leadership

Integrity is a fascinating concept. It is not easy to succinctly define, yet we all know it when we see it and recognize when it is absent. Common definitions mention “trustworthiness”, “strong moral compass”, “courage” and “living your values”. It […]

July 2, 2019
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Intellectual Humility

We live in a busy world where we are constantly bombarded with new information.  This new way of being causes us to ask moment to moment, “what, if anything, is there for me to learn?”  We can stay closed minded […]

July 2, 2019
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How to find enjoyment in everyday tasks

It’s easy for us to get wrapped up in our day to day tasks. Whether it’s checking items off the work, home or personal life to-do list, it can seem like you are repeating the same day over and over. […]

July 2, 2019
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How Living Your Values Can Empower You to Intervene

To many, bystander intervention seems so obvious and intuitive. Bystander intervention is routinely taught and discussed in education and advocacy professions. A bystander is a witness to an event who has chosen not to engage or act, although their presence […]

June 27, 2019
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The enjoyment of reading

I remember being 10 years old, curled up on a down -filled comforter that was laid out on the floor under my bedroom window, with a stack of books by Laura Ingalls Wilder, on a rainy summer day. I remember […]

June 26, 2019
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You can’t fake it

When I was little and my relatives or teachers asked me what I wanted to “be” when I grow up, I would say that I wanted to be a doctor, a teacher, a journalist, a lawyer, an astronaut. I always […]

June 26, 2019
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