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2014

Insight Over Content

Insight Over Content

Exciting news!  We’re at the NeuroLeadership Summit in San Francisco. My favorite comment (of many great comments) is: “Should instructional design perhaps shift from content delivery to creating space for insight?” We say YES!!!!

25 Days 10 Hours 18 Minutes

25 Days 10 Hours 18 Minutes

According to a Time Magazine counter (http://time.com/6107/how-much-time-have-you-wasted-on-facebook/), since July 31, 2008 I have wasted:

25 days
10 hours
18 minutes

Put Love In Business

Put Love In Business

It’s not about them.
It’s not about what they should have done.
It’s not about what they should have said.
It’s about you.
It’s about how you choose to show up. Even when it’s hard.
It’s about choosing what you’re going to do.

In Praise of Founders

In Praise of Founders

During national election cycles we hear a lot about “the founders” of our country. Candidates spend a lot of time parsing their words and trying to decipher what “the founders” meant 200+ years ago when they wrote the documents that govern our nation. Thomas Jefferson isn’t here to tell us exactly what they meant when the Constitution was written. Maybe that’s a good thing. It allows us to explore the basic values, interpret them and adapt them to new realities. That’s definitely a good thing.

We Can Learn From Each Other

We Can Learn From Each Other

Leslie was recently quoted in a Software Advice blog called, “The Secret to Landing Corporate Donations” from The Able Altruist: (http://able-altruist.softwareadvice.com/the-secret-to-landing-corporate-donations-1113/). The message of the blog post is that if an organization is seeking corporate support, it is helpful to get to know that corporation inside and out. Professional fundraisers seeking corporate support “must position their organization’s campaign to align with the company’s brand, employees’ interests and community goals to form a mutually beneficial and lasting partnership.” This is absolutely true.