The Great Educator

Principles of Exercising Leadership

In todays time when numerous adaptive challenges are generated in family life, communities, societies and organization, the need for leadership is critical to mobilize people to cope up with these newly emerging problems to improve lives and living standard

Conclusion: Staying Alive

We’ve barely scratched the surface when it comes to the concepts and strategies necessary to thrive and stay alive. As you go forward, I encourage you to put ideas into action routinely and regularly.

Anchor Yourself

we turn inward to consider personal resources for surviving and thriving through the dangers of change. What beliefs, rituals, places, and individuals keep you anchored? How do you hold steady?

Take Action: Orchestrate Conflict

Many of us will go to great lengths to avoid conflict. Even reading the word can, for some, stimulate powerful feelings of discomfort or anxiety.

Take Action: Build Trust

Trust is the essential connector. We all live interdependently and have to look to one another to fulfill routine services and help each other every day.

Take Action: Think Politically

All organizations are political. By understanding and acknowledging the political aspects of the system, you help mobilize others to meet the demand for adaptive work.

Lead With, Beyond, and Without Authority

Leadership is usually practiced in some context. Even if you’re leading without any authority, you still need to understand that you’re leading into a social system in which there are authority structures and authority relationships.

Income Inequality Between Rich And Poor

Income inequality is an economic condition in which monetary earnings vary significantly among society members, creating a vast disparity in wealth. Income refers to wages—the money paid to employees as compensation for work

Standardized tests are exams that are used in a variety of contexts to determine knowledge and skills in certain areas. They are most commonly used in the United States to measure students' academic proficiencies in core subjects appropriate to kindergarten through twelfth grade (K12) levels. #exam #exams #examinations #student #study #examfever #studying #examprep #exampreparation
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Does Standardized Testing Really Measure Academic Proficiency?

Standardized tests are exams that are used in a variety of contexts to determine knowledge and skills in certain areas. They are most commonly used in the United States to measure students’ academic proficiencies in core subjects appropriate to kindergarten through twelfth grade (K12) levels

How To Take a Walk Outside In Winter

A springtime stroll, a sunny summer trek, a crisp autumn hike-they all have charm and appeal. But what about a winter walk? Some people never even give cold-weather walks a chance.

How To Prepare a Living Will?

The Living Will has numerous benefits . Because no matter what your age or health, a sudden illness or accident could leave you unable to communicate decisions about your health care

Why People Think Of Suicide?

Suicide is intentionally taking one’s own life. It is a major U.S. public health concern. People commit suicide for various reasons, many of which are unknown or that could have been resolved.