Monthly Archives: May 2016

Professional Development Through Podcasts

“Podcasts…didn’t they race those in Star Wars?” Ummm…no. Podcasts are typically audio (but can be video) files that cover a variety of topics. Any internet connected device (i.e. computer) can be used to listen to podcasts but most frequently they … Continue reading

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Investing in the Emotional Bank Accounts of Clients and Colleagues

If you were at last week’s District Faculty Retreat you may recall our friend Matt, in his Time Management workshop, addressed the concept of “emotional bank accounts.” Stephen Covey is credited with first developing the metaphor of the Emotional Bank … Continue reading

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Customer Service: Look for Ways to Say Yes

4-H, like many large organizations can be difficult to navigate for the uninitiated. As can be expected of an organization more than 100 years old, we have a lot of rules, policies, and procedures, and adherence to those means sometimes … Continue reading

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Finding Field Trips

Field Trips are an excellent addition to the summer day camping itinerary.  The struggle sometimes comes in finding programmatically pertinent, relevant, and LOCAL opportunities.  Today’s links will help you in this search: Factory Tour USA:  This site includes details for … Continue reading

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