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The Return of Wellbeing

Just over a hundred years ago, UK chocolate manufacturers Cadbury’s and Rowntree (and a few others) formed what was probably the first-ever association to oversee

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Many Ways to Train

Life changes, and we must change with it. For a long time, we had only one style of new staff training: a year-long, full-time classroom

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Leaders are Learners

I receive a great newsletter from Jay Lorenzen called Life and Leadership. Last month, the topic was “Leaders are Learners”. He wrote some great ideas,

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The Plans of a Leader

Roger Osbaldiston, from the Global Student Led Movements team, sent this message in his recent newsletter with excellent ideas and motivation for strategic planning (the

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Resources for You

DIRECTION SETTER | CHANGE AGENT | SPOKESPERSON | COACH/DEVELOPER How does the Leadership Framework apply to my day-to-day life and work? How can I grow and

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Spiritual Formation

by Ray Wheeler (It a great privilege to introduce you to Ray Wheeler’s guest post. He was one of my MA professors at Azusa Pacific, and

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Who are your friends?

“Who are your friends?” is the first question Dave Dishman (author of “GO”) asks when he visits team leaders. I wondered why he did not

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NST launches in Spain!

After years of hard work, translation, and planning, we celebrate with Garrick Roegner, Debra Groff, Shelly Gilmore, Ruth McNeill and other Western Europe staff as

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Team Leader Trainings

It is great to hear stories of successful Team Leader Trainings around the world! Thanks to Western Europe and Southeast Asia Areas for sharing these

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Raise up leaders!

Feeling overwhelmed? Have too much to do? Wondering how to make more progress towards the mission? Those are common concerns for new team leaders, and my conversations

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Leaders are Readers!

One key characteristic of healthy and fruitful leaders is life-long learning. We have a Learns as a Lifestyle session in this training under the “New Capacity”

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Chess not Checkers

The following guest post is by Terry Morgan. Her blog is MaturitasCafe.com. She writes about learning and leadership in an authentic, warm, honest and challenging way.

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