Category Archives: Continous Learning

Running Effective Meetings is A Critical Leadership Skill

Last year I attended a leadership session at my work to grow leadership capacity in the face of the grey wave sweeping our organization.   Admittedly, I’m a leadership geek. It’s grabbed by attention since before I ought to have cared. … Continue reading

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Petcha Kutcha 101

PechaKucha is the Japanese word for “chit-chat.”  It has a variety of pronunciations.  Put “How do you say PechaKucha?” into Youtube and you will get my drift.  I’ve mashed together and delivered three of these babies so far, with another one … Continue reading

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Step-by-Step: A Strategic Movement Method When Delivering a Presentation

I recently read an article that inspired me to experiment.  It was in the The Toastmaster Magazine,  a publication that comes complementary with membership. I generally read it cover to cover because each issue has awesome tools that I use to boost my … Continue reading

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Step Into It – Being Deliberate About When to Sit

A few months ago I read an article about how sitting is like the new smoking. Since then, I’ve been trying to do a better job of being deliberate about when and where I sit. I discovered that much of … Continue reading

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Learn … to Smile

One of my focuses of this blog is to share things that I learn.  That is consistent with one of my personal core values: continuous learning.  I have written in a previous post that learning can happen in small places, like a … Continue reading

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