Leadership Lessons from the Barbarians in Business

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Movies are fun to watch… but writing a blog on a business movie isn’t exactly fun especially while holidaying in Hawaii! But the movie ‘Barbarians at the Gate’ has an exciting plot –… Continue reading

Writing: a tool utilized to overcome differences, understand others and develop leaders

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Marli Mayon Allie Barton Marina Ridjic Ahmed Maher Freedom Writers is a movie about privilege, perspective, and persistence. Based on the true story, the movie centers around Erin Gruwell, a first time high… Continue reading

Leaders who Sing

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By Fang-Wen Lu, Lysandra Marquez, Kazi Mohua, Savera Shami and Xiaofeng Wang Adults can sure take a leadership lesson from the animated family film, Sing. The premise of the films revolves around an… Continue reading

Was Malcolm X a Leader?

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By Bopha Phorn, Tea Francesca Price, Mila Moralic and Holger Roonemaa Fifty years after the death of Malcolm X, racism and radicalization are two issues still causing tension–not only in the United States–but… Continue reading

Leadership is hidden all around us

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There’s examples of leadership all around us, we just have to look. Even in the entertainment industry we can watch characters and learn from their leadership styles. Recently a group of us got… Continue reading

Global me: in search of the professional yet relate-able brand

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As journalists we are, by the nature of our profession, wedded and accountable to the public that we serve. Today, more than at nearly any other time in history, this relationship of trust… Continue reading

Thoughts on personal branding

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          According to branding strategy insider website Global brands are brands that are recognized throughout the world. Companies intending to create global brands need to do the following: 1. identify the relative attractiveness of each… Continue reading

Making the Most of (Social) Media

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  How can I make the most of my global reach considering anyone in the world with access to the internet can be made aware of what I’m doing on a Friday night?… Continue reading

A Lifetime of Personal Branding?

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As someone who grew up in the height of the digital age, it’s not surprising that I’ve been on the Internet in some form or another for most of my life. I can… Continue reading

Curating a Social Me

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Quite simply put, I am conflicted when it comes to my personal brand. Do I focus on appealing to a wide range of people, including family members, friends, future employers and people promoting… Continue reading

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