Leaders of education companies feeling overwhelmed during the coronavirus need to take time to reset mentally, explains
Many education company leaders are working from home during COVID-19. It takes discipline and flexibility to get it right, explains Sara Potler LaHayne.
Criteria used for choosing a social-emotional learning program for students and educators will look very different now than it did before the impact of the coronavirus.
The CEO of Move This World isn’t big on screen time, but in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, technology–when used with care–can help strengthen relationships.
The CEO of Move This World is prioritizing flexibility, being open to feedback and addressing pain points during the coronavirus crisis.
CEO Sara Potler LaHayne sometimes feels stress or worry, but she uses these strategies to make sure she’s managing her emotions for successful leadership.
Tuning out social media, day-to-day noises and even the radio for short periods of time can boost energy and help startup founders focus on their goals
Company leaders face a barrage of notifications from email, texts, social media and more. It pays to take a pause to refocus and find balance.
The CEO of Move This World talks about what this new investment will mean for the future of her company.
Schools are investing in social-emotional learning initiatives with students, but here are five ways to engage parents in that process too.