Category Archives: Guest Writer

Tips To Be a Leader Rather Than A Boss

By | November 21, 2020

[November 21, 2020]  Boss and leader are terms used interchangeably in the workplace setting. But there is a world of difference between both of them. While bosses command, leaders inspire; bosses place the blame, leaders accept the blame; bosses criticize, leaders encourage. If you are holding a supervisory role, reflect on your own actions to decide who you… Read More »

Great Women behind Great Leaders

By | November 8, 2020

[November 8, 2020]  Everybody remembers great leaders. Their names enjoy immortality because of their accomplishments. That’s good. They’ve earned it. But did they do it on their own? If we look deeper, a pattern occurs. Every great leader had a strong lady next to him. It’s important to understand that word next is crucial here. Ladies weren’t behind… Read More »

Learn but Never Regret Being a Leader

By | November 7, 2020

[November 7, 2020]  Have you ever lead a project or activity in your school, college, or workstation?  If yes, then there might be something you have regrets about—things you wished you would have done better. The results might have been better if things were lead differently. But the truth is, you did whatever you could do best at… Read More »

Minimalist Leadership Skills

By | October 27, 2020

[October 27, 2020]  Our society is unnecessarily complex and, in response, our humanness is in search of something. We search for those things which we are assured we cannot live without. This is equally true in business and can be equally harmful.  If you want to improve your organization’s performance your life, your leadership, and your business model,… Read More »

Decision-Making Models to Level Up Your Leadership

By | October 22, 2020

[October 22, 2020]  “Decision science is a collection of quantitative techniques used to inform decision-making,” according to Harvard. Its focus is on finding a solution using the available information, and that you can effectively compare outcomes, costs, and more to make the best decision for your situation. It’s a specific science that has produced key frameworks anyone can… Read More »

The FBI in Decline: an Update

By | September 29, 2020

[September 29, 2020]  A little over two years ago, I gave you some insight into the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where I worked for nearly 20 years.  My point?  The FBI was and is today in severe decline as measured by its internal politicization, particularly the hyper-partisanship activities of its senior officers.  I’m sad to report this to… Read More »

Equality In The Workplace- How Good Leaders Can Make A Difference

By | September 18, 2020

[September 18, 2020]  Equality in the workplace is not just a legal responsibility for the employers but also a commitment to having a positive culture for the entire workforce. Essentially, it is about giving fair treatment to all your employees, regardless of their gender, race, nationality, religion, age, disability, or sexual orientation. But fostering equality in your organization… Read More »

Baltimore, Maybe it has a Chance

By | August 19, 2020

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [August 19, 2020]  Anytime we step out boldly to make changes, we take a chance that we might fail.  But the only way to get better is to try.  I’m no politician; don’t want to be now nor ever.  The City of Baltimore – you know the one that I can… Read More »