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General Education survey: What's most important?

— Jeanne M. Slattery, Mark Mitchell, Randy Potter, Melissa K. Downes

Recently, the Institutional and Student Learning Assessment Committee (ISLAC), reported the results of the General Education Disposition/Skills survey. 1,616 more words


End of winter newsletter

Dear All,

Here is the link to my end of winter newsletter so you can all look forward to spring.

Robert Potter training 07 Winter 2 2015 newsletter… 22 more words

How to Stop Saying Um | The Art of Manliness

World leaders have galvanised entire nations to action by the sheer power of their oratory skills. Being able to your articulate thoughts clearly and impact your listeners is an art worth learning. 55 more words

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Top Ten Negative Workplace Habits in Nigeria (Part 1)

“A single bad habit is not likely to get you fired immediately, but the cumulative effect of the bad habit over time can,” I couldn’t agree more with Dr Katherine Brooks from the University of Texas.  819 more words

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How to Develop A Manly Voice | Art of Manliness

Learn how to develop a manly voice with this easy to follow video. Improving your natural voice is something doable and within your reach.

A good voice is one that is filled with warmth and expression; it should also have an even resonance that’s easy on the ears, it should carry well so people can understand exactly what you’re saying, and it should be flexible and have a wide range of natural pitches. 13 more words

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Whatsapped surveys | A structured sharing activity

Everyone and their uncle seem to be on Whatsapp these days and I’ve been attempting to use it for activities.  One of the advantages of Whatsapp is that it sends and loads images really quickly, even on networks with poor connectivity. 311 more words

The Speaking Tree

If you could choose to be a master (or mistress) of any skill in the world, which skill would you pick?

I am jack of all trades master of none… 78 more words
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