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RESILIENCE... Oxford's word of the year for 2017?

The Oxford English dictionary announced after much discussion and research, that the word of the Year for 2016 was post-truth.

It described post-truth as an adjective defined as… 69 more words

Personal Development

How to Create Organizational Vitality and Be a Place Where People Love Coming to Work

People struggle and sink when environments feel like death.

7 signs your organization is sick:

  1. Low performers are protected. Anyone who isn’t growing, needs to go.
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Leadership Development

Developing Creative Brilliance in your Team (Part 4)

Step 3 ~ Direction (continued)

“…the way you get the most out of every moment you have on the planet, whether that’s personal or for business, is by acquiring new skills and by becoming better at what you do” Tim Ferris… 218 more words


Happy New Year to our Members and Friends

Happy New Year to our friends in facilitation.  May 2017 be a year full of personal and professional growth for you.

The Board of the IAFJ would like to extend a special thank you to all who have supported us throughout 2016 in a variety of ways including becoming members, attending Chapter meetings, volunteering to facilitate, and generally expressing interest in our work.  217 more words

Holding Up the Mirror

The criteria for what makes an effective leader is changing. If senior executives are serious about sharpening their leadership skills, they need to be open to receiving constructive, candid feedback from colleagues. 676 more words


Can We Capitalise on Military Nurse Skills for Second-Career Leadership & Staff Development Roles?

Research Paper Title

Capitalising on Military Nurse Skills for Second-Career Leadership and Staff Development Roles.


Nursing continues to face professional workforce and diversity shortage problems. 161 more words

Military Medical


Are you a high school student who wants to learn how to be an effective advocate for yourself, your school and your community?

Every fall and spring, 25 high school students from throughout all five boroughs of New York City participate in CCC’s YouthAction Community Leadership Course (YCLC)—an after-school program for high school students interested in learning how to make a difference for New York City’s children and youth. 237 more words

Leadership Development