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From Superhero to Real-Life Hero: Encouraging Healthy Play

21st February 2012
As preschoolers seek to make sense of the world, they use play and superheroes to help. Why Superheroes? By definition, superheroes are larger than life, brave, influential, and seemingly able to overcome any obstruction with great physical prowess whi... Read >
Author: lizziemilan

Facilitation Skills: The Important Portion of Consultation Abilities Training

05th January 2012
As the consultant, you are an expert for a specific topic. This can mean that you're an expert business software designer, an established sales mentor, a proficient graphic designer, a professional content strategist, or an expert on just about anything e... Read >
Author: Chris

Tips for Writing a Powerful Professional Facilitator Job Description

23rd September 2011
The economy has caused nearly all job markets to be extremely stringent. Job descriptions need to be concise, to the point, and also appealing. Anyone seeking to fill a facilitator job must summarize specifically desired industry associated abilities with... Read >
Author: Chris

Christian Marriage Conflict Resolution Strategies

11th April 2011
Christian marriage conflict resolution is something that can be taken on board for marriages that endure difficulties and challenges much like various other relationships out there. When conflict does arise within a christian marriage, it might often h... Read >
Author: Jessica Andrews

How to get a job as a mediator

25th January 2011
Mediation in a increasingly popular career choice. However if you are not an experienced mediator then finding your first job can be exhausting. As someone who has seen the mediation field explode, I found it frustrating to see the inflated qualifications... Read >
Author: Emerald_Expert

What Makes a Good Negotiator?

03rd March 2010
Have you ever wondered what makes a good negotiator? This is a question that many people before me have tried to answer. It turns out that there are many different answers depending on who you ask. I believe that this is the wrong question to ask...... Read >
Author: Jan Potgieter

Compatible Match - Are You Getting the Cold Shoulder?

16th July 2009
You're in a relationship with someone who is a compatible match to you; however, lately you've been feeling that you've been getting the cold shoulder from your partner. Is there a way for you and your partner to work through this trying time? One goa... Read >
Author: Allan Tan

Psychology of Relationships-Does Conflict Affect Men More Than Women?

13th March 2009
Men and women react differently to many situations in life. Getting over and dealing with conflict in a relationship is no different. The psychological differences between men and women may help us understand why we react differently. If you are married o... Read >
Author: celtgrfe

God At Work

08th November 2006
Rich Marshall CEO, ROi Equipping I recently had the opportunity to do some training for a large company in Barbados. This company is owned by a respected businessman, Kyffin Simpson. He owns business in every Caribbean nation and territory and others ... Read >
Author: Bo Cable

Character Education and its Benefits to our Children

22nd June 2006
The DefinitionCharacter education involves teaching children about basic human values including honesty, kindness, generosity, courage, freedom, equality and respect.The goal is to raise children to become morally responsible, self-disciplined citizens. P... Read >
Author: Joyce Gowens
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