By

Connie Hein
One of the things I get to do is to work with a recovery program though my church called Celebrate Recovery. Celebrate Recovery is a 12-step recovery group known for using acrostics to assist in the absorption of the material they are presenting. This approach speaks to me two reasons; 1) my seventh grade English...
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Yesterday, I made the time to sit on the porch and enjoy the view. It was 70 degrees and it’s “crane season” in mid-Nebraska. My view included a several hundred thousand Sandhill Cranes returning to the Platte River at sunset. (I follow the weekly crane count on craneturst.org.) It was a spectacular sight. Then this...
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Happy Holidays! We have kicked off this annual trifecta – Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. Traditions and thankfulness filled the air as people ate together on Thursday (or another selected day) and shopped together on Friday! Belated Thanksgiving wishes to you all! As much as this season is intended to be joyous and magical, it...
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In the leadership world where mindsets such as “relational leadership,” “leading from behind,” and “trust-based leadership” are being coached into your organization, all eyes are on you – the leader. Your team or organization will follow you to the ends of the earth because you have upgraded to a new and healthier leadership style: one...
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We all know the story of Cinderella – the orphaned girl turned slave by her evil stepmother who eventually won the heart of the prince and became a princess: Eligible maidens of the kingdom were invited to the wife-selection ball to compete for the attention of the prince and the chance to become the princess....
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May is National Mental Health Awareness month. It seems like the appropriate time to share my thoughts regarding the stigma that exists regarding Mental Health treatment in the world of Executive Leaders, Physician Leaders, and the like in healthcare. I recently had an intense conversation with a young medical professional, I will refer to him...
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