A short leadership/management post here to share this tweet from Liz Ryan: It is faster, cheaper, easier, healthier, more fun and more profitable to lead […]

Listen to hear vs Listen to reply

At work or home, do you even get the feeling the other person(s) in the conversation are only giving you time to speak so they […]

7 Ways to Emphasize Respect and Build Culture While Working Remotely

As work in the past year has turned mostly remote, one nearly universal experience has been job burnout, as seen in the countless surveys that […]

How to Lose the Respect of Your Team in One Simple Step

Most leaders put in the effort to earn respect, while others naively rely on their title to provide it. Regardless of the way it is gained, […]

WHAT 2019 taught me! The hard truth!! Analyzing…

. . WHAT 2019 taught me! The hard truth!! Well, there is a LOT to say about on the How-To about people understand the handling […]

5 Great Signs Your Team Respects You As a Leader

Few things are more valuable than a loyal employee. It’s not just because replacing a skilled worker could cost your business double that individual’s annual salary. […]

Diversity Awareness in the Workplace

Many organizations only go as far as to comply with Equal Employment Opportunity requirements, without providing specific diversity training. The scope of financial losses that […]

5 Proven Steps to Become the Person Everyone Respects

When something is not going the way you want, you’re prone to complaining. It’s a natural tendency of the mind, or should we say – […]

Article For The International Teacher Magazine: Wai Khru – Respect The Teacher Day In Thailand

I recently wrote for the International Teacher Magazine.  The article was about the ethos of respect for teachers which is prominent in Thai culture.  In […]

Love and Respect Yourself and Those You Love

This is the seventh post in a series by former FLVS student Makaila, a model, author, and student advocate. When I think of February, the first thing […]

A little respect

How do you interact on Twitter and other social media?   I have said for a long time that Twitter is the best teacher staffroom […]

Upload, not Unload

One issue I find with having a sizeable following on social media is that I don’t feel like I can show the kind of frustration that […]

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