Get Over It!: Managing Grudges in Education Settings

Holly Elissa Bruno with Britta Larsen and Susan Offutt

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Most will agree that forgiving and forgetting is a lot easier said than done. In this segment we look at what happens when petty hurts and offenses create grudges in early childhood settings. Moreover, we look at how education leaders can help create a workplace where people can more easily and rapidly get over the small stuff.

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