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Month: August 2016

Creating a Simple ‘Wiki’ to use as a Study Tool

Creating a Simple ‘Wiki’ to use as a Study Tool

Wouldn’t it be easier to study as a group and access the information at your fingertips? Take for example studying while in a bus or on the subway rather than at home alone. Guess what? This is possible and easy to do with a little help from the Cloud! For those of you who are new to the concept of cloud storage, think of it as saving your documents online instead of on your hard drive. The bonus to cloud…

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How to State Your Truth–Clearly, Fairly and Kindly

How to State Your Truth–Clearly, Fairly and Kindly

It’s never easy to tell someone how their behaviour affects you, especially when this involves giving constructive feedback about negative behaviour. The key word is “constructive.” Your goal is to always create an exchange that benefits you while also being constructive for the other person, despite how their negative actions may have pushed your buttons or triggered your own defensive response. Keep these in mind when you approach a truthful conversation: Don’t kitchen-sink it—stay away from drawing in other complaints…

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