When a Company Takes Leadership Seriously

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As we begin 2013 with hope, it’s ok to admit that the end of 2012 left the country, especially the Northeast, shaken.  The destruction of Sandy and the horror of Newtown, left a wake of uncertainty, a feeling of powerlessness,…

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Where Can You Buy a Refrigerator AND Get Help in Bullying Prevention? Sears.

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Sears officially launched its Team Up to Stop Bullying campaign a few days ago.  This is a comprehensive effort to not only address the problem but to offer solutions. The site is clever and offers resources for all key people:…

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Anderson: Bullying Prevention Expert on What Parents Can Do

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video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Recently, the new Anderson show covered the topic of bullying, which featured bullying prevention expert, Dr. Dorothy Espelage. (By the way, Anderson Cooper went on to host a week of shows about bullying and prevention…

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How To Make A Child Feel Better When They’ve Been Bullied

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video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Notice that the headline doesn’t say “How To Prevent A Child From Being Bullied.” Because sometimes we can’t. These things often happen in their worlds, not ours. Sometimes there’s not a solution. Sometimes the only…

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