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When Education Turns to Physical Injury On The Field

By BusinessLife, published on Sep 22, 2010

Not too long ago, my sons and I attended a parent/player meeting at my 13 year-old son’s school auditorium for the upcoming football season. Earlier that day, the coach had decided my 13 year-old would be helpful to the team by playing the tailback position for the season. I was very proud of him. I had looked up the term “tailback” on the Internet to know what a tailback’s responsibility was on the football team.

Anyway, we were listening to the coach share how the football program worked at my son’s middle school. The head coach went over what the expectations were for both... (more)

Tags: gillean smith, poor communication, poor education, mistakes in teaching football, football coaching, united states education ranking, us education ranking

Effective Communication Depends On The Best Education

By BusinessLife, published on Sep 22, 2010

...is it that we are falling behind all other nations when the U.S. was looked at as the leader in so many industries and the place where dreams come true? Our country is changing...and changing for the worse, at least when it comes to education. Let me share an example of poor grammar and poor communication I personally faced during 'Open House' as my 13 year old returned to middle school this year.

If you wonder where communication goes wrong, when things change and alter the boys and girls who will be in the workforce as supposedly well-educated men and women, just visit a middle... (more)

Tags: gillean smith, poor communication, poor education, communication gone wrong, teachers, america and education, future leaders need great education

Poor Communication Is Like A Smoking Gun

By BusinessLife, published on Sep 16, 2010

In a North Carolina community, an everyday afternoon ended in tragedy. And the incident that took place was made even more disturbing by the poor communication provided by the community management.

No matter where you are or what you do, clear communication is everything. It is imperative, both in business and personal situations. And on this particular day, clear communication was nowhere to be found. The community management team provided the following letter to alert all residents of what took place. The community name and the name of the manager has been removed. Typos and inaccuracies... (more)

Tags: gillean smith, gun safety, children and guns, poor communication, community confusion, how to communicate a crisis, how not to communicate a crisis

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