Category Archive: Media

Leadership and Values

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Over the course of the Humphrey Seminar, we’ve dissected a lot of social, political and cultural questions. From this, I’ve tried to distill a way to succeed in personal and professional goals. Dialogue… Continue reading

UNSTOPPABLE- LEADERSHIP WITH PURPOSE!

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Leadership is about taking responsibilities, stepping up to challenges and never be found wanting. For me the roadmap to leadership is a gradual step. If you have never been a good follower, there’s… Continue reading

Leader Plan from “Hero of Hispaniola”

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I used class today to present leadership values I pulled from “Hero of Hispaniola” by Chris Teal through quotes. Teal’s masterful description of the diplomat provided insight into how he lead, an example… Continue reading

Cashman’s seven change mastery shifts: Becoming a Leader for Life

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In his Book “Leadership From the Inside Out: Becoming a Leader for Life”, Kevin Cashman offers valuable insights, ideas, lessons and tools actual leaders or leaders-to-be can use to improve themselves, their employees,… Continue reading

US Election: Mass Communication or Mass Influence?

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Media and polls predicted the victory of Hillary Clinton. But the verdict of the ballot boxes was clearly different from all these forecasts. Americans chose Donald Trump instead of Hillary Clinton. Was it… Continue reading

My Ethics in Filmmaking

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Documentary  is the movie that is built on reality. We tell stories starting from a reality lived or observed to an angle of narrative. The documentary is therefore different from fiction. Professional ethics plays… Continue reading

Why U.S. Media Failed and Trump won?

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From powerful media effect to negative effect: The revival of IPC impact By Shabbir Sarwar PHOENIX:  The New York Times (NYT) has published an Editorial Note regarding two years’ coverage and the outcome of… Continue reading

Media nope and media hope

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The election is finally over, but analysis of what went wrong and right will likely last for years. As far as media goes, our role in the results comes directly as a result… Continue reading

My Personal Ethics

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My personal morals act as a basis for distinguishing between what is right and what is wrong, doing what is right and thus, determine my daily actions and emotions. My parents, education and work… Continue reading

Where our ethics come from?

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I know my values pretty well. Integrity and patience are important to me, active honesty is challenging but critical. People should be positive but receptive to criticism, accept good and bad feelings and… Continue reading

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