Here are my weekly Diigo posts for September 18, 2017. Working on a post for later this week so stay tuned!
Numerous Ways Smart Leaders Foolishly Minimize Employees | #Leadership – Kate Nasser
Leaders should never minimize the contributions of their employees. Here are some warning signs
tags:employees leadership leadership development
7 Destructive Phrases You Need to Stop Saying At Work | Inc.com
Seven things leaders should never say…ever.
tags:leadership team building
Great Leadership: 3 Reasons Why Great Leaders Welcome Help
Three reasons why all leaders need and should ask for help
tags:leadership Leadership Lessons leadership development
3 Handy Google Classroom Guides for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Some great Google Guides for teachers
tags:Google google classroom google drive
A Step by Step Guide to Creating A Class Website Using The New Google Sites ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Easy steps to create your class website using Google Sites
tags:Google Google Sites educational technology teacher resources
From the Back of the Classroom – Educational Discourse
Some thoughts about flexible seating and what your classroom loos like
tags:classroom teaching school climate
5 Questions for Leaders to Ask Themselves – Cooper on Curriculum
Five questions every leader should ask themselves
tags:leaders leadership development Leadership Lessons
Google Says These 5 Characteristics Can Make or Break a Successful Team | Inc.com
Some key characteristics of successful teams
tags:team team building team work
Great Leadership: Building a Culture of Appreciation
Why a culture of authentic appreciation is beneficial to your organization
tags:leadership appreciation school culture school climate
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