Changing The Game

What's going on at Bounce and in the industry that's changing the game of leadership and life.

Kelly Lewis joins Oneness-Family School

Posted by Ann Deaton Share Your Voice

Kelly Lewis has accepted a position on the Board of Trustees of the Oneness-Family School in Chevy Chase, Maryland. This is a Montessori school built around the principle of preparing its young people to be citizens in the global society of the 21st century.

The Courage to Lead

Posted by Ann Deaton Share Your Voice

It takes courage to be a leader and it also takes courage to follow. According to Bill Treasurer (Courage Goes to Work), there are three types of courage—being courageous enough to trust others whose actions can injure us, the courage to try something new, and the courage to tell—to speak out when you feel strongly about something when your view differs from those around you. We each need all three kinds of courage to be successful and lead a full life. Notice today when you are being courageous, and encourage others to be courageous too by making it safe to make mistakes.

July 2010 Update

Posted by Brent Kirby Share Your Voice

Kelly Lewis and Jay Markiewicz will be sharing their Bounce experience with other Georgetown trained coaches at the annual Georgetown Alumni conference on July 16, 2010. They are looking forward to the opportunity for other coaches to see a business-community coaching and learning partnership in action.

Girl Power!

Posted by Nicki Peasley Share Your Voice

Skirt Magazine features Bounce for empowering one young girl to connect who she is to how she can impact the world. "At first I volunteered to earn enough hours. Now I do it because I want to. Bounce show us how we can make a difference for people."

Fist to Five

Posted by Ann Deaton Share Your Voice

It is not easy for most of us to stay present to this moment, and to be self aware of who we are being right now. That’s particularly true when we are stressed and busy. One good way to become self aware is to take time several times each day to look at whether you are bringing your best self to the experience. Give yourself a hand periodically—the hand being holding up 0 to 5 fingers as a quick rating of your current presence, emotion, and behavior.

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