I’m talking to parents, older siblings, grandparents, teachers, business managers/ceo’s and politicians. We are each leaders, even if (now) your domain is simply your home. Do you curse? Smile enough? Speak and act assertively? Listen actively? Demonstrate good time skills? Step away from devices on a regular basis? Mindful and considerate of others in household, office, neighbors? … More Are You a Good Role Model?
A few previous careers ago included teaching school pre-K-8, and I understand how the onset of August brings a combination of positive anticipation for the upcoming semester as well as disbelief that the summer is almost gone! Sometimes thoughts about what to do differently and about goals for the children and myself came through the August … More Teachers: Gearing up?
Bullying rates remain higher for children with disabilities, even as they mature. Studies point out the necessity for special education programs to teach appropriate response skills to children with disabilities. I facilitate workshops and trainings for children, families, educators and parents with this topic as well as bullying prevention and anger management Training Programs … More Bullying Prevention and Strategies for Conflict Resolution/Intervention Group Trainings and 1:1
Life throws many curved balls – meant to be intercepted . I’ve been hearing the term often lately, from clients and background summer sounds of TV baseball announcers… Successful interception of life’s curve balls takes clear vision, focus, intention and correct action. When curved balls are directed at you (or it simply feels that way) … More Intercept those Curved Balls!
Basic Human Rights: Success and Happiness A sector of the population prevents others from achieving these basic human rights, and it seems to be growing. I’m not talking about governments now, but individuals- “bullies”- and as children/youth bullies grow up to become adult bullies, often criminal in nature. No matter what age, there are several … More Basic Human Rights: Success & Happiness