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The ability to pick ourselves up when life knocks us down is called resilience. How have you increased your resilience when confronted with roadblocks?
The National Park Service is sitting on a knowledge capital goldmine. Its employees have countless decades of knowledge form which to draw.
In her research for Harvard Business Review, Dr. Sunnie Giles has discovered five major themes of effective leadership. How many apply to you?
Having a strong network is essential to carrying out the mission of the NPS. By building strong network leadership, the NPS can effect social change.
Organizations have trouble committing resources to developing ideas out of a risk-aversion mindset. However, mistakes often lead to greater innovation.
Program for reuse of Federally owned properties declared surplus by the General Services Administration.
The NPS PFMD and Indiana University’s Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands was presented with the W. Edwards Deming Outstanding Training Award.
Applying the Lean methodology to define and improve processes.
Using the Lean approach for identifying and removing waste from a process.
This excerpt from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report captures the four-tiered understanding of truth and outlines how these truths interact.
These presentation notes were used by instructor Kim Sikoryak in his 2005 TEL Broadcast on Interpreting Controversy.
Albright Training Center and its surrounding community provides our students with a wide variety of services and recreation options for all fitness levels.
Influential report, originally published in 1963, revisited by the present-day Science Committee
Is reflection valued in your workplace? Studies show that learning new or improving on regular tasks takes not only practice, but also thought.
This series features influential figures in business, politics, science and the arts speaking about what leadership means to them.
Ground-breaking report, published in 2011 by OAH, examines National Park Service's "aspiration to become the nation's largest outdoor history classroom."