Guest Blogger

Guest Blogger

These are the collection of blogs that guests have written.

The Feedback Sandwich

Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018
Should you be using it? Guest Blogger: Noell Jankowski Many leaders report using the “sandwich” method to deliver feedback, and some employees even claim to enjoy receiving it, but what effect does this method have on employee performance? This post will highlight some of the most recent evidence on methods of feedback, and why you may want to reconsider delivering that sandwich.
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The Tipping Scale: Customer Gratuity and Quality of Service

Wednesday, 16 Jan 2019
Guest Bloggers: Curtis Phillabaum and Ruth Whipple
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Shame in American Culture: The Good, the Bad, and the Really Ugly

Friday, 31 May 2019
Guest Blogger: Rachel Camp
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Actively Caring for People Policing

Tuesday, 23 Mar 2021
Building Positive Police/Citizen Relations by E. Scott Geller & Bobby Kipper Guest Blogger: Megan Diamond
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Actively Caring for Our Country

Tuesday, 6 Apr 2021
Guest Blogger: Mackenzie Davis    
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A Novel Educational Approach

Tuesday, 18 May 2021
 A Review of the Revolutionary Ideas in “The Courage to Actively Care” Guest blogger: Loralee A. Hoffer 
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The Courage to Actively Care by E. Scott Geller and Bob Veazie

Monday, 16 Aug 2021
A book review by Matt Harris Summary of The Courage to Actively Care The story of “The Courage to Actively Care” follows Joanne Cruse, the Safety Director at a large company. Joanne had implemented the strategies of…
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A Step in the Right Direction

Tuesday, 22 Feb 2022
Guest Blogger: Frances Torres  
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What Makes Someone Wise?

Tuesday, 26 Jul 2022
What makes someone wise? That’s a loaded question. Everyone has a different conception; however, you hear the word, and immediately classic images come to mind. Perhaps an owl, a library, someone meditating, or even a trusted matriarch giving her daughter or grandchildren advice. If you strike up a conversation with someone about wisdom, a lot of times, you’ll hear stories of mentors with years…
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