Posts Tagged ‘ Global Educators Academy™ ’

Can An Inspirational Email Help You Get What You Want?
I bet you get too many emails a day and may not have time for pithy-quote emails. That's okay. And if that's true I bet you might also just be working too hard for the results you get. And if that's true, then my wish for you is get to one of my workshops sometime and learn about your natural...

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Posted on 11/07/2007 12:54 pm | No Comments
 
Does Mastering Responsibility Require Total Replication?
As the next session of Global Educators Academy approaches Linda asks: I've thought many times of attending your workshop. Would you tell me how attendees use the material when they teach. Do you require a total replication of your ideas, or can the material (with plenty of credit for your work) be incorporated into a broader context? Linda Great question. Thanks....

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Posted on 10/23/2007 08:35 am | 6 Comments
 
Responsibility in the News
What do you learn about personal responsibility from reading the newspaper? The answer might make you change your mind about requiring your kids to keep up with current events! Twice in recent weeks I've asked groups of professionals to scour major daily newspapers for articles, columns, and editorials reflecting on the topic of responsibility. The first time was in our...

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Posted on 03/10/2007 09:33 am | 2 Comments
 
Announcement: Partnerwerks Launches a Dream, the Global Educators Academy™
I am excited about this announcement that went out yesterday. I envision Global Educators Academy as an innovation engine for Responsibility Redefined by attracting people from all sectors of society who wish to change the conversations around them about personal responsibility. Here's the email announcement from yesterday. If you are on our Responsibility eTips list, then you should have received...

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Posted on 12/01/2006 07:04 am | No Comments
 
 
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