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LMT Live: Intentional Civility - Shared screen with speaker view
aaron.hoefling
36:44
Kattie, we have a "one good thing" habit at our table for family dinners too!
Amy Kellogg
43:56
everyone’s consistent behavior seemed to bring them joy
Chantel Schieffer
44:01
Most examples had something to do with other people
Jim Swan
44:08
Yep morning behaviors.
Courtney
44:22
Honoring commitments made to others.
Chantel Schieffer
45:34
who we are is how we lead
Aaron Pratt
47:07
I tend to want to have my behaviors reflect my core values, and create more consistency in those behaviors.
Anne Hughes
52:14
Living in values means setting thoughtful boundaries.
Leonard
53:22
Right on - I can usually tell when I have am up against a value boundry
Chantel Schieffer
55:02
take time for myself
Sunni Heikes-Knapton
55:12
build up my team members and coworkers
Natascha Robinson
55:24
Reach out more
Hatton Littman
55:26
I think I need to be clearer with my expectations for final products. I think Dr. Brene Brown describes this as the “paint DONE for me” process
Leonard
55:32
listen more than speak
Tung Pham
55:36
give credit
Seth Morgan
55:37
Listen!
Natascha Robinson
55:41
Ask for help
Courtney
55:48
Self Care. I encourage it on my team and am learning to practice better myself.
Barbara Chillcott
55:54
be available to mentor new staff
Tory
56:02
Develop those aroundme
Amy Kellogg
56:09
speak slowly
Amy Kellogg
59:29
Chantel & Courtney - I hope that like me, as the years tick on you will get better at self care… it took me 50+ years to get better at it!
Hatton Littman
59:55
Agreed Amy! It helps when your kids are out of the house too!
Jim Swan
01:00:00
I'm HORRIBLE at taking time for myself. I need training in that.
Courtney
01:00:09
You set a great example, Amy!
Sandra Fitzpatrick
01:03:41
Exercise & keeping with it
Barbara Chillcott
01:04:25
daily gratitude journal
Hatton Littman
01:08:41
Listening more than I talk
Jim Swan
01:08:42
I want to be more PRESENT which includes what Aaron was talking about with the phones but also really engaging.
Barbara Chillcott
01:09:03
read a book before bed rather than check the news feed one last time.
Chantel Schieffer
01:09:14
more reading
Courtney
01:09:22
Reading. It’s good for my brain.
Jim Swan
01:09:30
good idea Barbara and Chantel and Courtney.
Natascha Robinson
01:09:48
Second Barbara! Try to be consistent with Reading before bed instead of tv.
Chantel Schieffer
01:10:10
first and last thing
Hatton Littman
01:10:26
Before bed is usually the only time I get. But I love to read right when I wake up on the weekends
Tory
01:10:32
Exercise...can't continue to use COVID as an excuse
Chantel Schieffer
01:10:35
check out of news, heaviness of the world
Jim Swan
01:10:54
Reading an actual book rather than electronic reading via Kindle.
Courtney
01:11:20
Reading engages my brain...selectively. Not the news!
Leonard
01:11:24
It keeps the brain fresh - reading
Sunni Heikes-Knapton
01:12:45
This was excellent. Thanks for the wisdom and space for thought!
Amy Kellogg
01:13:17
Thanks all for the insights… the smiles… the warmth… the lessons!
Leonard
01:13:30
consistent can cut both ways - poor consistent behaviour is also recogonized by others
Hatton Littman
01:13:43
Thank you Jen and thank you everyone!!!
Jim Swan
01:13:50
It has been good to see all kinds of new faces and to see faces of my classmates.
Seth Morgan
01:13:51
Thank you all!!! :)
Leonard
01:13:52
Thank you!
Anne Hughes
01:13:55
This was wonderful! Thank you, Jen!!
Jim Swan
01:13:58
Thank you.
Aaron Pratt
01:14:01
Thanks!!
Anna Berg
01:14:09
thank you! this was great.