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The Leader In Me

“Leadership is the Anti-Bully” Month

By | Bullying Prevention Month, CASEL, Kathryn Otoshi, leadership is the anti-bully, One Can Count, Pacer Center, Ruler Program, The Leader In Me, Uncategorized, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence | No Comments

  Thanks to the Pacer Center, October has been declared Bullying Prevention Month. Since I work mainly with Pre-K through elementary schools, I would respectfully like to rename it “Leadership is the Anti-Bully” Month.  At these ages,  we should remove…

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Principals Have the Power to Encourage Leadership: The Anti-Bully

By | 7 Habits of Highly Successful People, bullying, character education, elementary school, Kathryn Otoshi, leadership, ONE, One Can Count, P.S. 23, Simon Sinek, Stephen Covey, The Leader In Me, Uncategorized | No Comments

Leadership is not a rank or a position. Leadership is a service to be given. — Simon Sinek Leadership comes in all sizes, shapes, colors, and ages.  That’s the message being given at P.S. 23, a wonderful elementary school on…

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Leadership Can Be Giving Your Last Bucket of Sand or Singing A Song to Ease the Hurt

By | 7 Habits of Highly Successful People, bullying, elementary school, leadership, Newtown, ONE, One Can Count, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Stephen Covey, Tangled Ball, The Leader In Me, Uncategorized | No Comments

A few days after Sandy, I found this sign stapled to a poll on the beach in New Dorp, Staten Island.  It reads, Thank you to the little girl who gave me her last bucket of sand from the beach…

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