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Appreciate Differences

Brian Herbert, son of science fiction author Frank Herbert and a prolific author of science fiction himself, once said: “The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.” This is not only true for individuals but also for organizations. 1,070 more words

Leading Organizations

Grow A Culture of Critical Thinking to Calm Survey Angst

This article was written by Action Pact writer Keith Schaeffer for the Pioneer Network, and published on their blog on June 12, 2018

Anxiety over the new Mega Rule survey process that examines caregivers’ critical thinking skills may have some long-term-care providers on edge, but not at Garden Spot Village in New Holland, PA.

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Culture Change

Curriculum Implementation Resources

I think that one of the ways to make curricular implementation successful is to spend a lot of time focusing on your own and your team’s learning. 665 more words

Personal Development

Strengthening a Culture Of Respect and Engagement (SCORE)

The workgroup process, Strengthening a Culture Of Respect and Engagement (SCORE) was developed to help workgroups overcome forces that weaken their culture of civility and respect. 336 more words

Learning from Disasters: A ‘Framing’ Perspective

This research essay is authored by Melissa Köhler, student in the master program Organization Studies at University of Innsbruck.

‘We do not learn from experiences… we learn from reflecting on experiences.’ (John Dewey)

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Speak Truth to Power

Speak Truth to Power

Prolog/Acknowledgement: 

This is a well-known phrase and also served as the subtitle to an on-line course I took recently on political consulting. 2,659 more words

Reflections on Museums, Diversity, and Leadership

It’s AAM week–the annual conference of the American Alliance of Museums. This year AAM is in Phoenix where it was (no lie) 110 degrees Fahrenheit on Sunday. 656 more words

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