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Arborist Scott Johnston partners with The EDGE


Scott Johnston partners with The EDGE’s Facilities Manager, Dan Nellis, to ensure the safety of our clients and our trees.  Since 2009, Scott has logged 144 hands on volunteer and consultant hours.

An arborist muses on a 35-year career high in the branches

(Adrian Higgins/The Washington Post)

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You Can Find us on Facebook, Too


Please “follow” us  – www.Facebook.com/TheEDGEatMason – to stay up to date on The EDGE.  Have you been to The EDGE?  We welcome your pictures for posting on our Facebook page or should you create a social media post following your program, please share with us!… Read the rest

First ProfessionalEDGE Workshop Held at Mason’s Arlington Campus


We held our first in a planned series of experiential professional development workshops at George Mason University’s Arlington Campus in March 2013. We welcomed 24 participants to our half-day workshop entitled, “Powerful Communications: Dialogue When It Counts!”

The primary objective of the workshop was to learn approaches to holding constructive … Read the rest

The EDGE Teaches Leadership Skills Using Experiential Methods at the PWCS Student Leadership Conference


The EDGE’s former Program Manager Mike Swiryn was invited to teach a session at the PWCS Student Leadership Conference.  And of course, he brought a bit of The EDGE to the students by encouraging them to get out of their chairs and have fun while learning about the Dimensions of … Read the rest

Top Team Building Trends in 2013


ProfessionalEDGE – We like this article from Executive Oasis International about how team building programs are finding their way back onto corporate organizational development and training agendas in 2013. According to the article, some of the key goals and benefits of team building include:

  • Communicating changes in strategic direction, rolling
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