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The environment that organizational leaders create is directly related to productivity and overall employee satisfaction. Good leaders empower, inspire, and create win-wins. Employees thrive while the organization benefits. Tone can be empowering, enthusiastic, trusting…hopeful. When it is, we get inspired to do great things, to be cooperative, to be the best we can be. In…

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“You have to be like Superman to your kids. They need to think you can do anything. You always need to come across as capable and in control.” Man to man, dad to dad, this was the wisdom my uncle passed on to me a few years ago. I look at Dadding a little differently.…

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How much of the bully/victim dynamic is learned at home? What do you think? From what I have seen, kids act out what they have experienced, and what they have learned. It makes sense. The only question is, where do our children learn how to bully and be bullied? Could interactions at home effect the…

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The Myth: Our number one job as parents is to get kids to do as we say, learn how to mind their manners, be nice, and not cause trouble. If we do this, they will turn out to be good people. The Truth: Compliant children do not necessarily make “good” adults. Compliance can come at…

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