Category Archives: Guest Blogger

Leadership is not a Popularity Contest

By | October 13, 2018

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [October 13, 2018]  “Evil is not what leaders say about their cause, but what they say about their opponents.”  U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy said these words shortly before he was assassinated by a Palestinian immigrant in the politically-turbulent times of America in 1968. Hmmmm, yes … that is one way… Read More »

On Being a Fake and a Coward: by Army Vet

By | September 30, 2018

[September 30, 2018]  Army Vet gets mixed up in politics today as he calls out the character of Democratic U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut for being a fake Vietnam Veteran and a coward. A politician is to lying what Wisconsin is to cheese?  Some people lie more than others but there is nothing more gut-wrenching and disgusting… Read More »

3 Negotiation Techniques Every Skillful Leader Should Know

By | September 23, 2018

By guest blogger Lilou Hoffman [September 23, 2018]  Negotiating skills are both a science and an art. It’s rather like bridging a gap between individuals by finding mutual interests and values. The skilled negotiator helps to find a constructive way to proceed that most individuals couldn’t have found alone. The following three negotiation skills are vital for every… Read More »

Untapped Ways to Enhance Your Leadership Skills

By | September 20, 2018

By guest blogger Mike Hanski [September 20, 2018]  Keynote speaker and educator Stephen Covey once said: “Leadership is a choice, not a position.” In today’s constantly changing world, ruled by Millennials and Gen Z who are self-expressive, tech-savvy, and creative, leaders should eager for constant improvement if they want to develop career and motivate others to follow them.… Read More »

Join the Army, Smoke a Joint: by Army Vet

By | August 31, 2018

[August 31, 2018]  Army Vet writes today about how the Secretary of the U.S. Army is considering a change in regulations to allow those who smoked marijuana into the army. Join the Army, Smoke a Joint!  It’s only a matter of time before the “pussy” senior leadership of the proud United States Army (the one that kicked butt… Read More »

Modern Trends in Leadership Development

By | August 19, 2018

By guest blogger Joshua Robinson [August 19, 2018]Training leadership potentials is a challenging process. The world changes too fast and any organization that is unable to innovate, results in business failure. That is why leadership coaches are constantly looking for the next big things in development and learning. Nowadays, there is a big demand for educated and well-trained… Read More »

Top Quick Wins to Boost Your Leadership

By | August 13, 2018

By guest blogger Tom Jager [August 13, 2018]  A true leader is an inspiration for others to continue dreaming, learning and improving themselves. The fundamental duty of a leader is to motivate others to work as a team towards the common goal. Leaders are also mentors, inspiring others to become more productive and committed. But no one mentions… Read More »

Minneapolis Mayor is a Patsy

By | August 2, 2018

[August 2, 2018]  I was on my way home to Washington, D.C. from a Sunday morning, going-to-church wedding in Minneapolis, Minnesota when I heard about a sad story.  You see, there was a young 31-year old black man who was killed by police (happened the day I was there) because he had a gun, was wildly shooting it… Read More »