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Wouldn't life be wonderful if everyone who attended meetings came prepared? Pre-planned agendas allow for that to happen. 3. always start and end on time - people's time is valuable. Of course, they can't own it without an agenda and a purpose, and they need to be prepared. Expect people to come prepared and hold them accountable. Wouldn't life be wonderful if everyone always came to meetings w
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Long gone are the days where the overhead projector reigned supreme in the classroom. I still vividly remember venturing to the local office supply store to get my transparencies made for my lessons. After all, who would even think about direct instruction with the assistance of notes displayed on a screen instead of writing them all out in chalk? On second thought, I did do that on occasion wh
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I have to take issue with your choice of superhero. Superman is a far superior choice for a superhero because he possesses extraordinary powers such as superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability, senses, intelligence, regeneration, longevity, super breath, heat vision, x-ray vision and flight. He is "faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall
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The strategy is not an effective strategy if it is limited to rigid prescriptive strategy formulation. The strategy defines the desired objective and communicates what will be done, by whom, how, for whom, and why the output is valuable. And a good strategy includes execution as part of strategy, strategy formulation and implementation can not be divorced from one another. Therefore, strategy m
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We often speak of government as if it has intentions, beliefs, fears, plans, and phobias. This sounds a lot like a mind. But this impression is fundamentally misleading. So it is worth teasing out the ways in which government nonetheless arrives at "beliefs", "intentions", and "decisions". Let's first address the question of the mythical unity of government. In bri
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There are points in our professional lives that change us for the better. I vividly remember one such moment in 2009 when I took a device from a student as he had it out in the hallway. Since this was a violation of school policy I immediately confiscated the device, as this is what I thought I was supposed to do to ensure a school culture free from distraction and solely focused on traditional
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Two weeks ago I attended the annual Twin Oaks Communities Conference, in Louisa VA. I'm a regular participant in this weekend event, where community seekers get together with dozens of representatives of existing or forming groups to swap stories, make connections, and generally get inspired about cooperative living. —Conflict: Fight, Flight, or Opportunity? —Should You Join a Community or Star
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I received the following email message from Sue Wintz and wholeheartedly support the effort she is leading. It is important that all Chaplains from all areas of service unite and sign this petition. Why Should I Sign: Moving Chaplaincy Forward If you have not already seen it, HealthCare Chaplaincy Network has created a petition to be circulated to all the members of Congress this spring. The qu