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"People-to-people," within our school operations, for peak performance.
Sustained peak performance requires development of personal “flow” in a personally interesting, reasonably challenging, yet also a meaningfully practical and supportive context.
How do the very best-performing schools balance their many competing demands and opportunities to become models of high-performance learning communities?
Eventually, each school must go beyond simply adding new programs.
The question of performance eventually comes down to,
“How do we excel and sustain our peak performance with what and with whom we’ve got?”
We'll provide you specific stories and examples, specifically as it relates to your own peace of mind and agile educational performance.
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We look forward to your continuing to learn more with us about high performance learning cultures.
Norman Jentner, Ph.D.
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