Category Archives: developing leadership potential

Schools Designed Like Summer Camp

 Schools Designed Like Summer Camp By Susan T. Dinnocenti, Ph.D., USA IPEN Rep originally posted at IPEN Network July Newsletter It is a new school year at every level: elementary, middle, jr high, high school, and college – there are … Continue reading

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Positive Leaders

Positive Leaders are R.A.T.S.! Normally when one thinks of RATS it doesn’t paint a picture of positivity, inspiration, or even a desire to be around the environment of where they live.  Yet, there are some organizations who are consistently led … Continue reading

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Contribution Ready

Contribution Ready trumps College and Career Readiness Politicians, educators, and corporate executives constantly chatter and argue about having our next generation of young people college or career ready. Why not talk and act on how to make our children Contribution … Continue reading

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Positive Habits – 21 Days

21 days and Counting It is the third week of January a time where some New Year Resolutions begin to wane and frustration about keeping commitments to gym workouts, conscious eating, and spending quality time with friends and family begins … Continue reading

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