Pine Tree Society helps people in Maine with disabilities lead richer, more socially connected lives. Too often, people with disabilities feel left out, even isolated.
In organizational culture, when one and one equals three, the magic produces both measurable and immeasurable results.
Kelly Walker recalls how nervous she was when she drove down the hill to Pine Tree Camp to drop off her son, Chase, for the first time. Chase had never been away from home before so she was worried about leaving him for six days.
Normand Dubreuil's continuing journey of a 4-year cancer survivor; 2016 was a roller coaster ride but the hope is that 2017 will be a year of healing
This is the second of a four-part article series looking at Measuring Your ROi The Return on Your Individual Impact Investment. This series is developed by ActionsProve, LLC, a new impact and significance consulting practice.
As we speed closer to the finish line of the presidential election of 2016, are you still paying attention to the news?
This is the first of a four-part article series looking at Measuring Your ROi – The Return on Your Individual Impact Investment.
As Bob David would say...Stop being a boss and start being a leader who builds cultures!
Sitting during the National Anthem is no big deal
Thinking about the deep, dark places that we can get stuck in as humans is kind of a strange thing to be doing on a beautiful summer day, is it not? Perhaps it is proof that some of the negativity that is running rampant in our political process.
For some reason people seem to be less in the mood to compromise than ever but in a world full of people writing contracts, and reading the fine print, it is still the handshake that makes the relationships work.
I remember writing lots of letters as a teenager growing up in Methuen, Mass. I had a long- distance romance with a heartthrob from Maryland, and the mailbox and I became conditional friends.
What’s the first description that comes to mind when you think about your organization’s culture? Hopefully not toxic because ultimately, toxic can kill you.
Psychological assessment is the process of administering a series of tests and measures to get an in-depth, well-rounded picture of an individual and how they operate.