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Government

Politics – a Lack of Morality is the Problem

Why are the people so restless and full of disease — not at ease? Professor Kennedy touched a nerve today requiring additional vetting of a concept touched on repeatedly in my Organizational Leadership class at Gonzaga University– morality. I’ve written countless articles about the United States no longer being a democracy or democratic republic. According […]

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Business

Developing Ideal Employee Skills

Muncie, Indiana BLOG – Businesses run on people. Developing workers with ideal employee skills is an art. It takes competent personnel in every single role to help the business reach its highest potential. Managing those people is a fine art, one that is developed with every interaction between workers and their supervisors. Making the most […]

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Education Mind

Raising the Leaders of Tomorrow: How Your Child Can Become a Global Citizen

Creating Global Leaders Today Muncie, Indiana NEWS– You have dreams that your child will become an upstanding individual who embodies a thoughtful, well-informed and passionate character. There are ways you can foster your child’s development into a global citizen. By using a number of resources — whether it be a travel abroad experience or exposure […]

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Business

Lessons From Successful Women Business Leaders

Lessons Learned from Successful Women Business Leaders MUNCIE, IN NEWS – The late Katharine Graham became the first CEO of a Fortune 500 company in 1972 as she took the helm of The Washington Post after inheriting the business. She was in charge during the publication of the Pentagon Papers and the Watergate scandal helping […]

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Business Government

Lessons in Corporate Propaganda by Fortune Mag, Mitch Daniels & Chomsky

MUNCIE, Indiana BLOG – Once a year Fortune Magazine bestows a list of the top 50 leaders in the world. One of our Twitter fans sent us a link to the story showing Mitch Daniels with a 41st ranking. From the icon placed beside the link, we could tell they weren’t impressed. Normally, we wouldn’t […]

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Community Culture

Moral Leadership and Fifty Shades of Grey

MUNCIE, Indiana NEWS – We were warned to stay out of politics several years ago. Keep it light and full of good news. We obviously didn’t listen.  We literally got pulled in another direction based on research and our findings. Muncie wants to transform itself, and so does our nation. We aren’t happy with the […]

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Business

Leadership: Why Women Fare Better than Men as Managers

The Leadership Debate Continues – Who Makes Better Managers? MUNCIE, IN – In the 1966 song titled “It`s A Man’s Man’s World,” James Brown and Betty Jean Newsome sang, “You see man made the cars To take us over the road Man made the train To carry the heavy load “Man made the electric light […]

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Business

Leadership & Ethics: Do Profits Cleanse Bad Acts?

Leadership & Ethics The republican and libertarian argument over the past several decades has been ‘less government is better’. They equate less government to less taxes, but that myth is no longer valid – plenty of tax money goes to the private sector. Even when Indiana’s politicians slash food stamps to welfare collecting single moms, […]

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Government

American Leadership is Dragging Us Backward

The more you read about culture changes in Europe, South America and even Asia, its striking how much further developed they are than us. They refuse to allow Monsanto control the entire food chain by turning over their seeds; Britain Business Minister tells corporations that they should invest in hiring and training more UK employees […]