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How to Plan a Group Presentation that Doesn’t Suck

By Natalie Gallagher

Several years ago I was teaching an art history class that had a group presentation component: each group had to present on a 20th century art movement. Back then I was relatively new to teaching and didn’t realize that group work – and the corresponding presentation – was one of the most dreaded types of assignments a student could encounter. As I described the assignment I could see the look of horror and dread cross even the most optimistic students’ faces. Despite years of indoctrination about how marvelous teamwork …

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Permission to Speak – Leadership Blog – Kelly Vandever Interviews June Cline on Leaders and Humor

Permission to Speak

Leadership Video Blog & Podcast

Hosted by Leadership Communications Expert Kelly Vandever

Permission to Speak is the video blog and podcast that loiters at the intersections of leaders who want their people to speak up, technology that facilitates connections, and results that serve an organization’s higher purpose.
Our guest for this episode:  June Cline, CSP

About June Cline:
June Cline is a Keynote Speaker, Best Selling Author, Humorist and President of The Center for Laughing and Learning: Where ROI Meets LOL.  June shares her research and expertise using the power …

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When Should A Leader NOT Have All the Answers?

by Kelly Vandever

At my second duty station in the Navy, I was second in command when my boss put me in charge of a special project team formed to solve a specific issue we were having in the organization.

The command was the Navy equivalent of a Human Resources department for the Naval Air Station in Pensacola.  One of our responsibilities was to process travel claims for sailors who were transferring to the base or …

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