Leaning in on feminism today

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Sheryl Sandberg sets a precedential role for women in power by starting what what should be a long overdue conversation: why aren’t there more women in leadership positions? The book dissects many facets… Continue reading

Inspiration from Ang Lee’s film adventures

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Recently I had read two books<十年一觉电影梦:李安传/Ang Lee’s film adventures >and <Lean in: Women, work, and the will to lead >. Ang Lee is one of my favorite directors. In <十年一觉电影梦:李安传/Ang Lee’s film adventures… Continue reading

Are we capable of self discovery?

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“Crossing the Unknown Sea” by David Whyte is an inspirational book that takes its readers from the oceans and tides of a real life into a voyage of identity and self-discovery. David Whyte… Continue reading

Ethical Leadership: James Comey

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Leadership is often seen as a personal enterprise: an exercise in inward focus on one’s self, and refining the things that enable you to lead a group of people. Another facet of leadership… Continue reading

Lean In: A Biography by Sheryl Sandberg

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By Hope O’Brien Having equally appreciated and questioned much of  my life so far because of this book, I can easily say it is nothing more than life changing. This book not only… Continue reading

Hotel Rwanda: Leadership on the big screen

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By “The Best” Team: Isaac, Lilan, Alex and Adey Hotel Rwanda is a timeless classic that dramatizes one of the most tragic events in Africa, the Rwandan Genocide.  The protagonist, Paul Rusesabagina (pictured above)… Continue reading

Erin Brockovich: An Unexpected Leader

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BY: Olivia Richard, Phanindra Dahal, Dalia Younis & Jinjin Mo Standing for what is right even if she stands alone Julia Roberts won Oscar Award for her portrayal of real life environmental activist… Continue reading

William Wallace: A Transformational Leader

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‘Braveheart’ is a movie that follows William Wallace leading a revolution in the 13th century Scotland against the English. Wallace utilizes a variety of leadership traits throughout his transformation in Mel Gibson’s ‘Braveheart’… Continue reading

Hotel Rwanda: Leadership in the Face of Tragedy

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By Hope O’Brien and Sebenzile Nkambule The movie Hotel Rwanda came about in 2004 as a historical drama to depict the story of Paul Rusesabagina, a hero and leader of the Rwandan genocide.… Continue reading

A Day at The U.N

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I have traveled to more than a dozen cities in the US, but New York City is one of those places I could go back to year after year. I had visited various… Continue reading

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