5 Trauma-Informed Care Practices To Help Kids in Crisis

Share: Ritch Hochstetler | May 6, 2022 The Crisis At Ground Level According to a survey of young American’s just released by Harvard, the mental health crisis among our children is escalating dramatically. Over 50% of youth reported feeling down,...

 

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How Talking Less Makes You a Better Leader

How Talking Less Makes You a Better Leader

Share: Ritch Hochstetler | January 21, 2022 Research by Cognisco HR training organization in the UK in 2018 highlights that poor communication costs us around $37 billion per year. This boils down to approximately $26K per worker! In contrast, companies...

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Start the New Year by Building Team Engagement

Start the New Year by Building Team Engagement

Share: Ritch Hochstetler | January 14, 2022 You need your team to perform well. High productivity only comes with team members who are engaged. What’s the one thing you must do before anything else? According to the CEO Benchmarking Report of 2021 by...

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Hope Embodied Through Teachers & Youth Workers Everywhere

Hope Embodied Through Teachers & Youth Workers Everywhere

Ritch Hochstetler | December 31, 2021 I once read an article that focused on the impact of an effective kindergarten teacher on the lives of students. The author of the article posited that, if this impact was translated into financial terms, this teacher should be...

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2021 Winning Moments – Elkhart Community Schools

2021 Winning Moments – Elkhart Community Schools

Kailey Paszko | December 24, 2021 As I sit here trying to process the fact that yet another year is almost in the books, I am reminded of how much joy, connection, and meaning ULEAD got to be a part of this year. As an organization, 2021 proved to be a year of...

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2021 Winning Moments – Goshen Boys & Girls Club Staff

2021 Winning Moments – Goshen Boys & Girls Club Staff

Ben Rheinheimer | December 17, 2021 2021, you have been a year! You started with many questions and uncertainties about how we would be operating as an organization. However, it has been a wild ride of continuing to grow our virtual training presence, navigating the...

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How to Build a Classroom Culture on Purpose

How to Build a Classroom Culture on Purpose

Ryan Steuer | October 29, 2021  We are pleased to have Ryan Steuer, the Executive Director of Magnify Learning as our guest writer this week.  “Vulnerability is the birthplace of connection and the path to the feeling of worthiness. If it doesn’t feel vulnerable, the...

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Discovering the Power of You

Discovering the Power of You

Kailey Paszko & Ritch Hochstetler | October 8, 2021  We live in an age where personal identities are made or broken on TikTok, Facebook and Instagram. Added to this pressure to live up to a culturally induced social image, kids today are cajoled to make career...

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Getting from G to Z

Getting from G to Z

Ben Rheinheimer | September 17, 2021 I am a big fan of TikTok. I have spent many minutes on that app. OK, it is probably more like hours, but we aren’t going to talk about that right now. Anyways, one of the accounts that I enjoy following is @vicblends. Vic is a...

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