For Pride this year, challenge yourself to move beyond simple performative ally behaviors. Learn ways you can use your efforts to dismantle white supremacy and create change that impacts us all! It is time for Pride Month! I look forward
Ask Your Company What They Plan To Do Regarding Gun Laws
I felt the need to put my values into action on LinkedIn. I felt that the posts I found were too neutral in the face of continuing gun violence. So I wrote the following post. Please share it widely. “When
A Guide to Coded Language In Education Vol I. & II – by Subversive.Thread/ClassTrouble.Club
One of the most popular posts from 2020 has been a What I Find Interesting Wednesday (WiFi Wednesday) post, A Guide to Coded Language in Education Vol. 1. Originally, I found the post on Instagram and re-posted the images with
The SAGA Facilitation Model – On Sale Now
Now Available on Kindle and Amazon Even skilled facilitators need a framework to ask important and critical questions to dig deep into group learning. The SAGA Facilitation Model, comprised of four different but important types of questions give any facilitator a
Thank You For A Great Year!
And what a year it has been! Since this blog started, officially, two years ago, I have had over 16,000 viewers from the United States, with 13,000 views in the past year alone!. Last year, this time, I had viewers
Do You Have Work-Related Anecdotes about Pointless Advice You’ve Been Given
For my second book, How to Assert Yourself* (*Without Being Assertive) and Other Pointless Lessons I Was Told to Learn, I am collecting stories about pointless advice you have been given. My best example is when I was asked to
And a Happy New Year to you!
I wanted to say thank you to everyone who has read through the Leadership and Values in Action blog. The past year has been a personal adventure and staying connected to others has been a cornerstone of my year. I
Happy Memorial Day – no scheduled post for today
For Memorial Day 2019, I will not have a scheduled post for you as I will be travelling to New York City for a speaking engagement. I hope that everyone who reads the blog has a restful, reflective, and relaxing