Leadership: Drawing on great experiences

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“A leader is one who summons the best from others, as he calls upon the best within himself, to join in the common cause and the common purpose.” Hubert. H Humphrey   My… Continue reading

Can a book force one to think like a leader?

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My idea of leadership started to get a definition after I became a Hubert H. Humphrey fellow. The starting point of this discovery was the question ‘where do you see yourself ten years… Continue reading

The weakness of Charismatic Leadership

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Too big to fail by Andrew Sorkin   Source: Amazon The fall of Lehman brother is a good case to reexamine what is the best leadership for modern society. As the CEO of Lehman… Continue reading

My Leadership Book: Leaders Eat Last

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Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t is written by the well-known author, Simon Sinek after he published Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action.… Continue reading

My leadership Book Benjamin Franklin

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By Phorn Bopha Walter Isaacson has never failed his readers, including me. His works, Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein and Benjamin Franklin have attracted not only people in his country, but people from across… Continue reading

My First Thanksgiving celebration in the U.S.

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By Phorn Bopha  Source: Flickr: Creative common How I spent my time on Thanksgiving day. It was around 10 o’clock when I got the missed call. I did not know who it was.… Continue reading

What I Have Learnt From The Leadership Presentation

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By Phorn Bopha Source: Flickr: creative common Presentations sometimes could be boring because they involve power point presentations or bullet points. Yet the presentation about my leadership plan gave me a different and… Continue reading

Has Profiles in Courage lost relevance?

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Does ‘political courage’ apply any more? By Paul Udoto Nyongesa When one reads John F. Kennedy’s 1957 Pulitzer classic, it comes across as a timeless clarion call to all Americans to take conscientious… Continue reading

The Andes miracle

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Los Andes is the biggest mountain range in South America, and the longest in the world. It is born deep in the south, where Chile and Argentina stretch themselves until almost touching the… Continue reading

On The Road to Being Decent

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“The mental space that was once occupied by moral struggle has gradually become occupied by the struggle to achieve. Morality has been displaced by utility,” writes David Brooks, the famed New York Times… Continue reading

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