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Articles by Denise Quinlan

Denise Quinlan has over 20 years experience in management consulting. She is a trainer with the Penn Resiliency Program and is currently a PhD student focusing on strengths and subjective well being.

Well-being Fractals
December 18, 2015 – 10:13 am | 5 Comments

“If you could do only one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?” This question, posed by Greg McKeown stopped me in my tracks. Applying it specifically to work, I wondered what one thing I could happily do for the rest of my life. The answer, strangely enough, arrived in my head as a diagram.

24 Ways to Like a Difficult Child
December 2, 2011 – 7:13 am | 4 Comments

Most experienced teachers have struggled to like a student at some point. Not a big deal? Wrong. Student-teacher relationships are among the most important predictors of engagement and achievement at school. Teachers get little training or support with building supportive relationships with students.

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