The Story of a Reformed Gen X’er

by Fu S. on Sunday, April 30th, 2017

Why Millennials are Winning? We’ve all heard, thought or read the statement I’m about to share with you, and as a reformed Generation X leader, I’d like to share with you why this is your responsibility and more importantly how to get better at leading millennials!

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Your Body Language is Turning People Off

by Dane M. on Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Three Huge Mistakes You’re Making:
Body language is the single most important way we communicate with others, and many of us are doing it all wrong. Stop letting your body language hold you back and start using it to your advantage.

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Building the “Bench” in the Corporate World

by Ben Z. on Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

How often do you see businesses, perhaps even your own organization, simply find as quickly as possible the person who appears to have the best resume or the candidate who has the most experience…

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Great Teammates Drive Two Cars at Once

by Andy G. on Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

It happens every season, as a team starts on their road towards a successful year, the same issue seems to rise to the top. As I talk with coaches around the country our conversations head down the same path. “The culture was great when we started but then we began to shape more clearly where playing time stands, who may play less and who may not play at all”.

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Being a ‘Clutch’ Player

by Shawn H. on Friday, March 31st, 2017

Being known as a ‘clutch’ player is one of the most desired reputations in all of sports. The ‘money man’ that is relied upon by coaches, teammates and fans to come through when the game is on the line.

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Leading Indicators of Learning

by Dennison B. on Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

Target Audience: Educators

In this blog, we focus on Leading Indicators of Learning and start by addressing the following question: “what metrics would HUMANeX recommend for evaluating teacher performance?”

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Maslow and Bloom on Student Engagement

by Dennison B. on Monday, February 27th, 2017

For educators, Bloom and Maslow are household names. However, few people realize that they both agreed that students’ feelings of security, safety, and belonging are important prerequisites for learning. Even, more importantly they developed models that advocate for proactively addressing students’ affective needs in order to facilitate student engagement and learning.

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Motivation is THE Key

by Shawn H. on Monday, February 20th, 2017

What gets athletes out of bed in the morning? Every day is full of a plethora of unknowns and numerous challenges, some of which are seemingly insurmountable.

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A Positive Start to 2017

by Dane M. on Monday, February 20th, 2017

A New Year often brings with it new opportunity. No matter where your team currently stands, take time to ensure you’re moving in a positive direction.

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‘End of the Bench Theory’

by Shawn H. on Monday, February 20th, 2017

What group of players are the best indicator of a team’s culture? For my high school basketball coach, that answer was easy… it was the players at the end of the bench.

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