Daily Archives : December 2, 2019

The Fabric of Her Life

Timbrel Chyatee always knew she wanted to live a life that helped others, “and I always thought it would be with children,” she said.  But her dreams changed after spending some time in India, where she was born.  “Seeing how…

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How I Use Disagreements to Build Stronger Teams

Because I facilitate team sessions for a living, I’ve seen a lot of team interactions — all kinds of drama, some shouting and tears, but also a lot of laughter, joy, and bold action. Much about teamwork has been researched,…

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Women in the Boardroom are on the Rise

For the first time in its 110-year history, General Motors has more women on its board than men. That’s a significant event because men typically have dominated corporate boardrooms across America. The emergence of women on corporate boards represents a…

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Managing Your Teen’s Anger

Disrespectful texts from your teen: “I HATE U SO MUCH!” Yelling, screaming, shoving matches, punching walls. The f-word. Verbally and physically aggressive behavior isn’t unusual for teens, especially if it’s directed at their parents and siblings. After all, to develop…

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The Amazing, Awe-inspiring Amazon River and Rainforest

The Amazon River is about 4,000 miles long, runs through seven countries in South America, and stretches to more than 120 miles in width during the wet season. Two major rivers, the Ucayali and the Marañón, are generally believed (Brazil…

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