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Dana Ewing Apr 18
Hey and fellow educators, do you have any tips for communicating with parents about your students?
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The Makaton Charity 7h
This week's sign is Superhero 🦸‍♂️ Join in with our Sign of the Week. Make sure you share your own video using the hashtag to appear on our video wall on
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Melissa DeLay Apr 18
Here are my favorite tips to help you derail offensive comments from colleagues and bosses.
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Better Mammals 3m
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Stephen R. Covey Apr 19
"I need to listen well so that I hear what is not said." - Thuli Madonsela
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Dr. Justin Tarte Apr 20
Be careful not to assume. is tricky & can be misunderstood & misinterpreted quite easily. In the event a message was delivered with malice, then view the exchange as an opportunity to inform & expand awareness. When we ‘snap’ & assume, we entrench & close minds.
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Our Own Startup Apr 13
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Writes of Passage Apr 13
'Our Words Matter - Words are our most powerful way of communicating. Pay close attention to them.' This applies just as much when we are communicating with ourselves through journaling. Be nurturing.
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Stephen R. Covey 18m
"Many argue; not many converse." - Louisa May Alcott
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Noloyiso Mtembu 2h
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The Writers For Hire Apr 17
"Why Don't People Say 'You're Welcome' Anymore?"
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Nigel Risner 12h
Where are you on the map? Don’t play safe Every week see if you can overcome fear and stretch to the learning zone Then every month make sure you enter the growth zone If you do your life will change
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Hubgets Apr 17
How to talk with a coworker who’s having a tough time
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BMJ STEL Apr 20
Simulation-based education to improve communication skills: a systematic review and identification of current best practice
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Knowmail 2h
"And to do that, you need to corral the other work – the countless little tasks, the inbox cleaning, the web surfing, in their own dedicated time slots, so they don’t impinge on your quality thinking time."
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Dale Carnegie AZ Apr 19
How something is said is often as powerful as what is said.
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Nigel Risner Apr 20
Who would wear a T-shirt like this ?
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Magnet PAB 6h
Importance of in the Business World
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Magnet PAB 1h
How Effective Will Help an Organisation
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Brent Duhaime Embrace the day 2h
Pay close attention to what isn't being said.
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