I am always so thankful as Principal of St. Clement’s School that I am also an alumna of the school. I feel this way because there are many times when I am able to step back 25-30 years and consider how I felt as a student at our special school.
Month: November 2012
On Friday, I received a request from a Grade 12 student who is working on an assignment for her class asking if I would respond to some questions. She is researching the idea of an “ideal”
A Little ‘Under-Functioning’ Goes a Long Way
There has been much written about finding balance and setting priorities in order to feel comfortable with our roles as women in busy work or family environments. Certainly one of the topics that comes up frequently with my friends is our own high expectations and how these can set us up to feel that we are just not able to get a handle on things.
On Monday morning of this week I attended a workshop entitled Millennials: The Next Generation of Leadership provided by the Women in Business Network at Rotman. Our Director of Human Resources,