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More leaders have been made by accident, circumstance, sheer grit or will than have been made by all the leadership courses put together.

– Warren G. Bennis


Where do Middle School Students Learn Best?

At our upcoming Heads and Chairs Meeting in Ottawa, our theme is Place, Pedagogy and Purpose, and we will have an Architects Panel. This question will be part of our conversation. 357 more words

I in Team

by Jeanine Izzo

One of my least favorite expressions is “There is no I in team!”  I didn’t always feel this way.  In fact, early in my team leader days, the phrase helped me take the emphasis off of me and my own learning curve and transfer it to my team members.  584 more words


Internship at UNOY Peacebuilders International Secretariat | Diplomacy Opportunities

The United Network of Young Peacebuilders (UNOY Peacebuilders) is looking for two enthusiastic people with an interest in youth and peacebuilding to join our secretariat in The Hague. 333 more words

How to Turn Cautious Teammates into Visionary Thinkers

Visionary thinking typically receives quick turndowns from cautious leaders. People start thinking small and safe.

Everyone dreams small when cautious judgmental leaders control decisions.

Traditional management culture encourages everyone to lower expectations and ask for less.

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Why Support Gets Lost In Translation

Managers, friends, even spouses say they want to support you, but how come it goes horribly wrong?

Support is determined by the recipient, not the giver… 265 more words

Leadership Development