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Diana Bloom. In this session, Diana Bloom will teach take-away, actionable processes and systems that can be implemented immediately to achieve higher productivity and efficiency in all areas of an organization. Today's session will provide an introduction to skills that can strengthen communication, eliminate mistakes, clarify priorities, and reduce stress while creating a Totally Accountable culture. Lindsey Newman. In an increasingly multicultural society and fraught political climate, the need for self-awareness, tolerance and open communication has never been more critical.
The American Jewish community is far from uniform—every community, family, and individual has a different perspective on identity, race, and diversity. Miriam Amsel. While the benefits of cooperative learning and grouping students for projects are well-known to educators, the role that educators are expected to play in managing groups and supporting cooperative group effort is often hazy.
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