How to Lead With Courage

Leaders must develop many attributes or skills if they want to have a meaningful impact in the workplace. Having a positive attitude will change your life, empathy improves your […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 9/21/20

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, this week’s resources continue to have the dual focus of providing resources that can help us navigate this […]

How Leaders Make Better Decisions

Should you take the promotion? Should you hire or fire a team member? Should the organization go in a new direction? Should you improve your […]

Do You Get Triggered in Business?

Do You Get Triggered in Business? Author: Sarah Cordiner (November 2019) I was recently scrolling through Facebook when I came across a post about whether […]

What can puppets teach us about being emotional educators? by @SamPatue

The close of the school year can be a rough cocktail of feelings, deadlines, pressures and surprises.  As this school year draws to a close, I […]

How I Learned to Play Nice With Others

Confessions of a People Lover I have a confession to make. There are some people I simply do not get along with. There, I said […]

Using the movie ‘Inside Out’ to discuss emotions with kids

The latest movie from Pixar, ‘Inside Out’, does a great job of balancing the complex elements of neuroscience whilst remaining connected to a younger audience […]

5 ways to evoke emotions in elearning

“I feel, therefore I am.” This could be the modern day rewrite of Descartes famous quote, given what we now know about the crucial role […]

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