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Webucator Asks: Most Marketable Skill: A Collaboration in 1 Act

A few weeks ago, I was asked to participate in Webucator’s Most Marketable Skill Campaign.  I’ve never been asked to do something official like this before, so I was, of course, deeply flattered and more than a little nervous.   479 more words

Can I Just Say?

food for thought: failing at diversity

This week’s round up includes many links that explore the limits of diversity rhetoric as we struggle to translate theory into action.

Amanda Hess @ Slate  989 more words

Links List

Are You Presenting a Professional Image on Social Media?

Despite the enormous membership on LinkedIn and Twitter, many employees still aren’t in professional shape, failing to maximize the potential of their social media presence. 34 more words


The Ethics of Assessment

There has been a proliferation of assessment tools that have been created and made available via the Internet. They look beautiful, seem clever, appear accurate, are touted as the greatest thing since … but using them may violate ethical practice. 618 more words

American Counseling Association Code Of Ethics

EPP gets Law Society of Upper Canada Accreditation

I am pleased to announce that LMI Canada’s Effective Personal Productivity program which I recently facilitated in Belleville Ontario, was accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada for 11 Professionalism hours and 1 Substantive Content hour.   65 more words


Ezybonds is no legitimate business

When a restaurant customer sees a fly in the soup, the customer calls the waiter and the problem is remedied immediately. When banks and grocery stores repair their parking lots, they make sometimes mammoth efforts to assure customers’ access to their money and products. 289 more words


Meandering Mumblings On Teaching...And Leaving Teaching

On my last day, after giving the one I didn’t really want away, I greedily whined and stuffed one of the remaining Air Heads into my mouth, embracing the waning maturity I had been feeling for the past month. 1,030 more words