Upcoming Conference on Kids, Courts and Schools – presenting a session: Kris Miner

The link will provide you the conference brochure and registration forms. Kids, Courts & Schools September 29 I'm really excited about the pre-conference workshop for Judges, that will be promoting…

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Corporate world, workplace discrimination responses mirror Restorative Justice.

Today is the day.  I knew studying for my PhD would weave into the blog.  Here it is a post with a reference.  I held out for over 3 months, I…

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Circles include earned and learned wisdom, formal and informal support.

There are two ways we get smart about things - we experience it or we take someone else's story and decide to do it, or not do it. When we…

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Silly builds self-confidence, leaders need to learn how to get others to be a little silly.

Acting a little goofy, comes naturally to me.  I like to make people laugh.  I'm not afraid to tell really bad jokes.  The kinds that get a sarcastic or half-hearted…

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Restorative Justice Circles help people practice being their best.

I was a little worried about how the Underage Consumption Panel was going to go.  One of our community members in the Circle was a local Judge.  A supporter of…

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Personal, professional, private, public why it should all be one.

I have always supported the notion that as people we should be congruent between work and home.  We should hold values that reflect how we are with family and with…

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