Concerted efforts to dialogue deliberately, enhance leadership, develop shared vision and take action results in more vital towns. Published March 29 2010
Be inspired to make change by the story of a woman who helped slaves become free. Published March 22 2010
Are parents paying more for supplies, activities, and sports in public schools? Are kids missing out due to fees? Published March 14 2010
A poor agricultural economy affects more than farmers. Schools, hospitals, and other public entities struggle too. Published March 8 2010
If a public organization were judged, what would the rubric be? How can an organization be a ’10?’ Published March 2 2010
Donna Rae Scheffert is a facilitator, consultant and writer. Find more information online at www.online-leadership-tools.com.
She lives in Minnesota with her husband and teenage son and daughter.
Honors and awards include University of Minnesota -Distinguished Extension Campus Faculty ...Read More
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