Kwame Christian: Viewing Conflict as an Opportunity

Kwame Christian joins me on the show.

Kwame Christian is a business lawyer and the Director of the American Negotiation Institute. In this role he conducts live negotiation and conflict resolution training sessions for organizations.   Kwame’s Tedx Talk, Finding Confidence in Conflict, was viewed over 24,000 times in less than 24 hours and was the most popular Tedx Talk on conflict of […]

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Anne Beninghof: How can our acts of courage lead to better student success?

Anne Beninghof Joins me on the show

Anne M. Beninghof, an internationally recognized consultant and trainer, has more than thirty 35 years of experience working with students and teachers, in a variety of public and private settings. She has been a special education teacher, adjunct faculty member of the University of Hartford and the University of Colorado, has published several books and […]

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Crystal Scillitani: Take Care of Yourself and Your People

Crystal Scillitani Joins Me on the Show

Crystal Scillitani is the founder of LeadingUp Consulting, a consulting firm based in North Carolina focused on advancing student achievement by strengthening teachers and school leaders. Crystal is a 25-year veteran of North Carolina schools and universities – serving in multiple roles from teacher to Principal to course instructor of Elementary Education at North Carolina State […]

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David Kincade: Make a Million with Grants

David Kincade Joins me on the Show

David Kincade‘s background includes five years as a successful grant writer totalling over $2.2 million in wins. He has written several winning applications for nearly every prestigious business award in Alberta.   Prior to Alberta Business Grants, David worked for four years at the Legislative Assembly of Alberta as a finance research analyst and executive […]

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Eleni Theodorou: Creating Cultures of Compassion

Eleni Theodorou joins me on the show

Eleni Theodorou is an Anti-Bullying Educator and children’s author. She holds a bachelor’s and honor’s degree in psychology from the University of Pretoria in South Africa, and a master’s degree in sports psychology from Capella University in the United States. Born and raised in South Africa, she currently lives in the United States where she […]

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How to Improve Parental Involvement in Schools

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In today’s post I discuss, “How to improve parent involvement in schools.” Most of my experience in education has been at the middle and high school level. It seems as kids age parents become less active or engaged in school events. Is this necessarily true?  Some elementary schools definitely struggle to get parents to attend school […]

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Dan Kreiness: Leading without Labels

Dan Kreiness joins me on the show

Dan Kreiness is a middle school instructional coach in Derby, Connecticut. Before acquiring this position in the fall of 2015, Dan helped create the intervention program at Derby Middle School as the Reading Interventionist. Dan began his teaching career by spending nearly eight years in the New York City Department of Education as an eighth […]

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Stefanie Frank: Micromovement and Microprogress

Stefanie Frank joins me on the Show

Stefanie Frank is graduate degree from New York University, and fieldwork at the NYU Phelps Lab for Neuroscience Research, NYU Institute for Prevention Science, and Yeshiva University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine focused on the cross-section of neuroscience, resilience and social justice. She combines a decade plus of counseling and teaching in schools and organizations across the […]

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