We are an evolving group of educators who have come together to learn from a diverse group of gifted, interesting, and sometimes provocative, learned people in the world. We’ve learned from the likes of Edgar Schein, Peter Block, Richard Sheridan, Stan Slap, and poet David Whyte; provocative educators David Berliner, Gene Glass, and Yong Zhao; linguist George Lakoff; and researchers and professors Carol Dweck, Andy Hargreaves, Art Costa Bena Kallick, Jon Saphier, Yong Zhao, and Tony Wagner.
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By: Dr Cindy Zurchin, Positive Consulting, LLC The New Year brings thoughts of resolutions and ways to improve our lifestyles and create healthy habits. Many of us have experienced our best intentions end up in disappointments. There is no reason we have to pick the date of January 1 to […]
Frederick Herzberg in 1959 studied intrinsic motivators and hygiene factors that inhibit performance in engineers. For many years educators and businesses have been evaluated on number. What are the test scores, what are the sales, what are the profits? How is that working? Now, people are leaving positions, organizations, and […]