Category Archives: leadership

Once women overcome early career challenges, they may reap more rewards than male peers, new research shows

By Katherine L. Milkman, professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania There’s still a long way to go and for working women, the news is often demoralizing. We learn of case after case of gross workplace abuses … Continue reading

Posted in Business, civilization, Compensation, Discrimination, Fairness, Gender Gap, income, leadership, Money, Politics, Power, Thought-Provoking Analysis, United States, Women

Is this the answer to what’s wrong with leadership training? Leadership hacks that transform the way you work

By Scott Stein in CEO World Tired of attending training sessions that regurgitate leadership theory from the 1990’s? A recent Forbes article titled ‘Why leadership training doesn’t work’ identified how many leadership training programs offer limited success because they focus … Continue reading

Posted in Business, leadership, Learning

Speaker Race Could Hinge on Who Agrees to Change the Rules

By Lindsey McPherson of Roll Call House members have an ultimatum for those who covet the top spot: No changes, no gavel. Frustration has grown among rank-and-file members for years as leadership usurped decision-making power from committees. Lawmakers have pushed … Continue reading

Posted in Congress, Democrats, House of Representatives, leadership, Republicans

10 Democratic rising stars to keep an eye on in the post-Pelosi era

By Chris Cillizza of CNN Politics abhors a vacuum. So I reached out to a handful of the close observers of House Democratic politics and asked them for names of current members who could, should or will step into the … Continue reading

Posted in Democrats, House of Representatives, leadership

American Collapse isn’t Just Economic and Political — It’s Moral and Ethical, Too

Or, Why Kim Kardashian Gets Ten Times the Attention of Kids in Cages in Camps By Umair Haque in Eudaimonia Unique in the world — perhaps unique in history — Americans appear perfectly content to watch their kids massacre each other in schools, to watch … Continue reading

Posted in Children, Controversial, leadership, Parents, Politics