Couple surprises wedding guests with secret flash mob dance routine
A newlywed couple has set the dance floor — and the internet — on fire with their amazing viral choreographed flash mob.
GUEST BLOG! Why is Coaching a Popular Leadership style?
The concept of Coaching Leadership was created in the late 1960s by Paul Hersey and Kenneth Blanchard but it wasn’t until 2002 when psychologist and author Daniel Coleman documented it as one of his six leadership styles that it became popular. Today Coaching is a recognised approach to leadership and its popularity among organisations of all sizes and across all industries seems to be growing. In…
Guest Post: Why I Volunteer for Girl Scouts
The official blog of Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council, based in Houston, Texas.
Guest Post: Why I love Girl Scouting
Once a month, we are inviting a girl, a volunteer or a staff member to share with you what makes Girl Scouting so important to him or her. This month Volunteer Alice Bohlae shares her thoughts on what makes Girl Scouting important to her and multiple generations of her family I was destined to be a Girl Scout and a Girl Scout Leader. In 1962, when I was 7 years old and in the second grade, as were the guidelines to become a…
Guest post: Why I LOVE Girl Scouts
Anyone who knows me, or has been to one of my trainings, knows I LOVE Girl Scouting and I LOVE to teach others about how great it is to be a leader or just to help in any capacity in which they are willing So why exactly do I love it so much? It goes back to how I actually became a leader. My family and I went to a “Daisy To Be” event when my oldest was in Pre-K. I really was…
Guest Post: Why I Love Girl Scouting
In this ongoing series, we ask Girl Scouts, volunteers, staff and more to share what makes Girl Scouting important in their lives. Today to celebrate the 102nd birthday of Girl Scouting, GSSJC Volunteer Michelle R. shares how her own journey in Girl Scouting led to her daughters becoming her family's third generation of Girl Scouts (We love that!) and how she hopes to help build girls of courage, confidence and character as a Girl Scout leader.
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How are Board Members Nominated?
Learn about the Governance Committee and how it plays a part in our board elections.
Advice for New Board Members
One of the unique aspects of the Leadership Tulsa program is our partnership with area non profit agencies where we are able to place “non-voting” board interns for a trial period to learn more about the board, board service, and potentially make a permanent match with a future board assignment. …
Member of PMI? Now What?
I’ve recently become a member of PMI and successfully achieved my PMP. What else should I be doing to develop myself in project management. Congratulations! Hopefully throughout your PMP journey you have developed an appetite for learning and a passion for project management. There are still so many areas you can explore and that should …
Top 5 skills of AmeriCorps members
During a term of service, Reading Partners AmeriCorps members gain transferrable skills and experiences that impact their future careers.
Member Spotlight: What's in your bag?
Member Spotlights are back! This is a recurring feature to our Blog as a way for us to "Get to Know Each Other" better. We posed a few q...
What a Difference a Couple of Decades Make
Last month in Texas, CommScope and the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) proudly displayed what a difference a couple of decades can make to the wireless industry. This guest blog from Craig Lekutis, Publisher of WirelessEstimator.com, explains what he experienced during the NATE Unite show and a tour of our plant in Euless, Texas.
Why Aren't Young Couples Marrying?
By Anna Dorminey, Staff Physorg recently reported on an article by Cornell University professor Sharon Sassler and Cornell doctoral s...
A couple of plays top Best Bets
This is a busy weekend in Fairfield County for entertainment options. Here are some Best Bets:
3 Tips for Training New Team Members
by Christian Bisson, PMP When a new person joins the team, there’s always a bit of a learning curve. But when teams fail to prepare new members, it takes even longer for them to provide effic
Union Members Highlight Wage Concerns With Fred Meyer
A small group of union activists gathered outside the Fred Meyer store in Eugene Friday to call attention to what they say is gender-pay inequity.
How Mindfulness Can Help Couples Cool Down
Linda Graham explains how therapists—and couples themselves—can prevent conflicts from spiraling out of control.
How Rotary can keep and recruit members
For more than a decade, Rotary's membership has lingered around 1.2 million. That means that for every person who joined during that period, another person left. Last year, membership hit a 10-year low, at 1,185,000, though we've since rebounded, raising the figure this year to 1,207,102 For RI President Gary C.K. Huang, that's not good enough. He hopes to increase membership to 1.3 million by the end of his term. "It's simple: The more members we have, the more people we can help,"…
How to Seat Your Guests at the Wedding Reception
It's one of the final tasks on your to-do list. Here's how to make playing musical chairs a breeze.