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Why Leaders Should Make a Habit of Teaching
Sydney Finkelstein, a professor of management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, encourages leaders to approach their direct reports like teachers. As Finkelstein explains, being a teacher-leader means continually meeting face to face ... read more
Young Australian Of The Year Explains Why Storyshowing Beats Storytelling Every Time
Laurinavicius: Why leaders don’t get as much attention as they should? Cawthorn: Leaders don’t get as much ... So leaders now find it hard to make decisions to cut off and kill, because they are too much trying to please their followers, rather than ... read more
Our fight with fat: Why is obesity getting worse?
For starters, our political leaders should make combating obesity a top priority ... Adults can start by teaching our youngsters about good dietary habits, by insisting on a better balance in the workplace, and by demanding more accountability from ... read more
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The very American myth of 'exceptional immigrants'
Trump tweeted earlier this month that he plans to make immigration more "merit-based ... that immigrants from Asia should be favoured over those from Haiti and Africa. So it baffles me why legislators and pundits are suddenly calling on immigration ... read more
7 Habits of Highly Ineffective Leaders
Unfortunately, years later in my last year of teaching ... but what should be on our radar is not always so glaringly obvious. Leadership is not for the faint of heart... In Stephen Covey's seminal work, The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People he showed ... read more
3 Questions the Best Leaders Ask Their Remote Teams Every Week
"Why ... leader should be responsible for the content and ideas that happen in team meetings. But when that thinking is turned upside down, remote leaders can make major productivity jumps. These three questions allow individuals to take ownership of their ... read more
Why Handmaid’s Tale author Margaret Atwood is facing #MeToo backlash
It’s all very slippery, but it’s important to have a grasp on the basics to understand why Atwood’s involvement became so ... By all accounts, he was both a charismatic leader and a vindictive one; he once reportedly slapped a former student at ... read more
Q&A: John Nix, UTSA Department of Music
We sat down with Nix to learn about his passion for singing and why he thinks music truly is the universal language. Why do you believe music can bring people together? When people make music ... about but should be? In addition to teaching singing ... read more
The Mark of the Church
We do not have to guess, because church history has been teaching ... educated person should assert that Constantine (280 to 337 AD) “invented” the church or the New Testament and one reason is that we can read people like Clement. Why is Clement ... read more
The Latest: Senate GOP plans a vote aimed at ending shutdown
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has proposed a measure financing ... they are actively working for a solution — or at least actively making their case why the other party is at fault. Democrats refused to provide the votes needed to reopen the ... read more