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Where Was This Thirty Years Ago?

Last week, staff and students were asked to fill in a thought bubble about what mental health meant to them. After reading many of them, a flood of emotions and memories came to me as I have a brother who lives with a mental illness. 216 more words

Education

Practising the Hard Part of Listening

One of our Habits at KCS is Listen to Understand. Hearing comes easily for most of us. Listening requires a bit more effort but we usually try our best with that. 364 more words

Education

Farber Depot

This is a photo I had taken in 2004 of the Chicago & Alton Railroad station in Farber, Missouri. The depot has been moved several feet from its original location, but is still close to the tracks. 22 more words

Photography

Volleyball pics from 2015

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Images from Kings Christian



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How to motivate your employees to use their new Knowledge Tool

Your organization has spent many hours researching, selecting, and launching a great new technology. A cloud based knowledge solution will revolutionize the way your organization brings company knowledge together. 1,038 more words

Implementation & Administration

How do you evaluate employees without rating them?

More and more companies are moving away from the traditional ratings-based performance model in their organization. It makes sense to focus more on goals than activities. 409 more words

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Are you encouraging your employees to share their knowledge?

In the past companies suffered because employees were sitting on knowledge and not sharing it with their colleagues. The end result has been that employees were not working effectively since they have had trouble accessing critical organizational knowledge. 570 more words

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