What Foodnetwork TV has taught me about Corrective Feedback, Using my words, and the importance of being a Supervisor and Supervisee. Chopped surprised me. I thought it would be about food. This show has given lessons in feedback (giving and receiving) and, how at any moment, everyone should be ready to learn and level up. … Continue reading Lessons from #Chopped
…and why behavior science practice requires more I recently took my daughter out on a coveted target trip...while an errand for me, it was a big deal for her. She was searching for a new doll. And being a toy aficionado, I know that the best dolls, may not be found at Target. But this … Continue reading The Shiny New Toy
For women...women clinical leaders who do too much...who are racing to do the next...who hold up the banner of collaboration not competition but feel race to show up...the women who demonstrate the need to prove their presence in the ever changing populous of ABA and other clinical leaders....I will impart to you the best advise I've ever been given.
Whew Girl! It's been quite a ride over here in these parts. And lovely at the same time. Is it Charles Dickens who wrote 'It was the best of times and the worst of times'. I probably edge toward the middle most days. I appreciate homeschooling and remember a time that I committed to this … Continue reading Do What You Can!
While Supervision is now Protocol Modification from a medical insurance perspective. The art of what that is can be lost in the conundrum of a model. In truth, supervision better explains from a student-teacher relationship. In fact, it is better absorbed and gets to the foundation of the development of the next generation(s) of behavior analysts, RBTs, and clinicians.
When The Feeling of TOO MUCH visits and Stays a While A friend of mine told me I was 'Managing Weariness' as she responded to my Voxer message to her. In retrospect, maybe it was an SOS call on my part. But she responded and said "Landria like so many women (of color) you are … Continue reading Managing Weariness in Clinical Leadership
How Comparison Gets a Clinical Leader In Trouble and the Impact on Company Culture It's all over Instagram, Facebook, Twitter. Pictures of the wonderful lives of people; companies; and families. And comments follow with the hashtag of #relationship goals. And then maybe statements of admiration follow that include "you are so amazing". And I always … Continue reading #Relationship Goals
Creating a Self-Care Culture vs. Telling People What To Do In Self-Care There is a Negro Spiritual that has a song chorus of 'Every Round Goes Higher and Higher'. When I think of self-care, this song rings true. In a nutshell, what worked for me then; simply does not work for me now. In fact, … Continue reading You Can’t Teach What You Don’t Own
On the Couch Passive Recruiting Doesn't Work and Here is Why... Spending more money on recruiting with no bites is not indicative of SMART recruiting. Listen and get tools on what it means to recruit in ABA Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology Here are some tips: Always be on the lookout. Are you congregating where your … Continue reading Recruiting SLPs and BCBAs with NO Bites? Change Your Recruitment Culture
Why Being WHO YOU ARE is important in reaching clients and colleagues or Why Parents and Mentees need YOU not your list of certifications - podcast episode 2 There is no magic pill. It is simply called being you. The real you. This being me is the reason why wearing a white SLP jacket is … Continue reading What’s the Magic Pill in Reaching People.