Sandler Training - October 2018

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE

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What Makes a Great Coach?

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4 Keys to Successful Organizational Change

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Case Study: Juniper Cooper Realty Group

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Stop Cheating on Your Family!

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Donate to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation

NONPROFIT SPOTLIGHT: Even if you don’t live in the Pacific Northwest, you’ve seen the devastation wildfires have wreaked on our landscapes. The smoke filled our valley here in Boise so badly this summer that children weren’t allowed to go outside. Layers of haze blotted out the sun, and even the healthiest of people experienced complications from the poor air quality. But while we were trying to find ways to filter out the smoke in our air-conditioned homes,

WILDLAND FIREFIGHTER FOUNDATION

But the biggest hurdle is the unpredictability of Mother Nature. A change in wind can quickly turn a controlled fire into one that claims the lives of rescue workers. The Wildland Firefighter Foundation was established in 1999 to help families of firefighters killed in the line of duty. By partnering with organizations and gathering contributions from private donors, this nonprofit organization helps honor the fallen by making sure their loved ones are cared for. The foundation does not receive any government funding and relies on the generosity of individuals. You can donate today by visiting wffoundation.org. There are three ways you can support this cause, each one with its own benefits: Make a simple donation, become a “52 Club” member, or donate to a specific fundraiser. Visit their website to learn more today.

firefighters across the country headed to the front lines of the blazes in California, Montana, and parts of Canada as well. Without their selfless acts of heroism, we’d probably still be buried in smoke. Each time these heroes go to the wilderness to fight some of the roughest fires known to man and keep us safe, they leave behind friends, family, and children. The rugged landscapes, isolation, and intense conditions can be challenging enough.

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