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Numbers, Letters, and Words

Youth Voices, a key extension of NorthFork’s Collective Voices was created to “connect young people who are making a difference with others who want to!” Be sure to follow us on Twitter, and we’d LOVE it if you would take … Continue reading

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Are You a Princess?

Thank you for dropping by! Thursdays are Servant Hearts day. Gracious leaders around the world guest post to NorthFork’s blog, A Servant’s Heart, sharing their fabulous insights regarding the serving nature of leadership. We’re delighted you’ve joined us. Be prepared … Continue reading

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A whole new world!

A child can ask questions wise men cannot answer. Have you ever wondered why? Men, no matter how wise, have bias, prejudice, and ego. Men do not see the world through rosy lenses; instead, they see an unfocused, fuzzy world. … Continue reading

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Complicity or Conspiracy?

Thank you for dropping by! Today, Stan Faryna continues with the third in a five-part series of his posts inspired by the protests spreading across the Pan-Arabic world, entitled “The Unwitting Scourge of Corruption,” with a look at the pervasive … Continue reading

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Walk On

Thank you for dropping by! Thursdays are Servant Hearts day. Gracious leaders around the world guest post to NorthFork’s blog, A Servant’s Heart, sharing their fabulous insights regarding the serving nature of leadership. We’re delighted you’ve joined us. Be prepared … Continue reading

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Storytelling

Storytelling transforms lives. Stories abound; their impact is often unconstrained. We rely on them every day in every facet of life: art, law, medicine, education, business, and community calls to action, to name a few. Story-telling is as old as … Continue reading

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Desperately Seeking Leadership

Thank you for dropping by! Thursdays are Servant Hearts day. Gracious leaders around the world guest post to NorthFork’s blog, A Servant’s Heart, sharing their fabulous insights regarding the serving nature of leadership. We’re delighted you’ve joined us. Be prepared … Continue reading

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Leaders Recognize Beliefs Separate Us, Faith Brings Us Together

Let me encourage you to visit Lolly Daskal’s site, Lolly Daskal: Lead from Within. Her blogs—and her lovely paintings—will enlighten and enrich your life. Her recent post, Is a Belief a Fact or a Choice, resonates deeply with my own … Continue reading

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Great leaders know how to find those diamonds in the rough!

Ron Edmondson, in his blog post, “What to do if employees don’t respond,” suggested several great questions to ask yourself about employees who refuse to take initiative: Do they have the skill required for the task you are asking them to do? … Continue reading

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