Category Archives: Guest Blogger

5 Effective Strategies for Female Leaders

By | January 12, 2020

[January 12, 2020]  Over the past few decades, we’ve seen a continuous rise in the percentage of women holding leadership roles. The numbers aren’t equivalent to the number of men in leadership positions, but I believe that we will get there in the near future. So for all the fabulous women out there that are thinking about taking… Read More »

Kicking Butt and Taking Names: by Army Vet

By | January 11, 2020

[January 11, 2020]  Army Vet writes to us today about the importance of strength and how it keeps us and others out of trouble.  He takes on SJWs, college snowflakes, and weak leaders. Peace through strength:  I must study war so that my sons can study engineering and art.  My profound apologies to Founding Father John Adams; I… Read More »

Importance of Leadership in College

By | November 29, 2019

[November 29, 2019]  Leadership isn’t just about taking positions of authority in the corporate world. You can become a little right in college and excel at it. But here is the catch. Why should students take matters of college leadership seriously? How do they stand to benefit in and out of school? Well, there could many explanations as… Read More »

What Are The Best Ways to Teach Leadership to Young Students?

By | November 23, 2019

[November 23, 2019]  Since the 80s of the 20th century, leadership has become the subject of sociological, psychological, and economic disciplines, exploring the ways and means of developing leadership qualities of the individual. Of course, sociology discipline studies this topic more deeply. Lots of sociology papers are written, and sociology projects are done on this topic because it… Read More »

Fear, there Ain’t Enough of It

By | November 17, 2019

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [November 17, 2019]  Just when I was beginning to think I understood people …  Last month, I gave a guest lecture on “The motivations of America’s Founding Father Samuel Adams;” not that it matters much, but I’m considered an expert in early-American politics.  I gave my speech at Georgetown University here… Read More »

Using Social Media as an Effective Leadership Tool

By | November 16, 2019

[November 16, 2019]  When you’re asked to describe what’s needed to be an effective leader, you tend to cite skills like strong communication, efficiency at delegation, the ability to recognize achievements, and the like. What you normally wouldn’t include on the list is “skilled at social media”. However, social media is an undeniably integral part of our lives.… Read More »

10 Valuable Tips for Introverted Leaders

By | November 9, 2019

[November 9, 2019]  It’s time to debunk the stereotype that introverts aren’t natural leaders. A collaborative study by researchers from Harvard, Stanford, and the University of Chicago has shown that introverted CEOs are even more effective than extroverted ones. Ready for that big chair? Here is how to harness your introversion and help your team reach its fullest… Read More »

3 Hiring Tips from an Executive Recruiter

By | November 9, 2019

[November 9, 2019]  In today’s ultra-competitive market of qualified job candidates competing for the same positions, your hiring process is critical. Nobody knows more about the “dos and don’ts” of recognizing and evaluating talent than does an experienced executive recruiter. Here are a few tips from an expert in the field to help you find the best talent… Read More »