The potential for burnout is something in which we must all be aware. According to Dr. Oral A. Waldo, “It takes at least 3x the time and energy to recover from burnout than to prevent it.” On this episode, we
If coaching is to succeed, it must be simple and specific. That’s why I am a big believer in flash cards. Maybe this goes back to my childhood when my patient mother used them to help me learn phonetics, words
Leaders must be the type who look at the glass as half-full versus half-empty. Why? People need to be inspired, and they will only feel inspired if their leader is positively disposed — and joyful. A leader inclined to be
Before you can add, you must subtract. A senior executive with whom I once worked asked members of the organization to become more entrepreneurial. At the same time, he was fully cognizant of the workload his people had so he
If we want students to be critical thinkers, we must routinely and explicitly give them structured practice opportunities to critically examine their own thinking. Squeezing two or three metacognitive activities into a hectic semester teaches students that such reflection is
Every good leader must make time for him or herself. Part of such time for self can be used to recharge and reinvigorate yourself. Rejuvenation is essential, and in the video below are some ways to integrate it into your
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