In my most recent article on leadership, I wrote about leadership in children. In this article, I’m focusing on leadership as it goes along with leadership style. In 2015, I attended a training on Protective Factors. At one point during the 3-day training, the leader had us write a sentence about ourselves, where we saidContinue reading “I’m a ‘Boss’,but I’m not ‘Bossy’: Leading with Authenticity and Servant Leadership”
Category Archives: supervision
Let’s Play ‘Family!’ I’ll be the Aunt: Leading Through Play and a Look at Generational Differences
Have you ever watched a group of children play together, as they organize themselves while they determine what to play and who plays what role? I’m pretty fascinated by group dynamics, and love to watch groups of people; adult, children, and in between; interact and make decisions. We played a lot of kickball when IContinue reading “Let’s Play ‘Family!’ I’ll be the Aunt: Leading Through Play and a Look at Generational Differences”
Leading with Trust: Believing in Others
A story about leading with trust and believing others. Read on to learn more
Leading with Motivation and Support: Some Perks and a Couple Drawbacks
Like to lead others through telling them what a great job they do? Wish you did more of that? Read on about some benefits of asking people about their day and telling them what they are doing well.