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

Leadership from the Inside Out

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I took a personal journey while reading Leadership from the Inside Out, Becoming a Leader for Life by Kevin Cashman. I expected a book with “how-to” steps on leadership, but instead got a… Continue reading

Ten steps to become a leader on myself

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«Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking» by M. Gladwell review

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“Did they know why they knew? Not at all. But the Knew!” Malcolm Gladwell is a journalist of the New Yorker and author of five books about a methodology of decision making and factors… Continue reading

Lessons from Adam Grant’s Originals

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A huge emphasis of the Humphrey Seminar, especially for the attaches like me, is developing leadership skills.  To this end Dr. Bill assigned us to read a book about leadership and present our… Continue reading

Roadmap to Leadership

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Roadmap to Leadership  By Abida Eijaz @abidaeijaz     The roadmap to leadership is picked from John C Maxwell’s book 5 Levels of Leadership which exquisitely explains leadership as a verb, dividing the actions… Continue reading

My leadership plan

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My leadership plan Abida Eijaz @abidaeijaz Make people believe in future with a higher purpose, act out, and empower them. A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows… Continue reading

Kenneth Jarecke and the photo hidden around the world

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From sports journalism to local government, photography plays a crucial role in modern media. But in some circumstances, photo-journalism plays an especially significant role. One such circumstance is war. Coverage of war is… Continue reading

Ethics in Journalism: The Case of Alan Kurdi

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One of the most harrowing images of the Syrian Refugee crisis rose to international prominence early on in September of 2015. The picture, which I’m sure most of you have seen, is the… Continue reading

WikiLeaks: Porous Boundaries of Public and Private in Digital Media

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WikiLeaks is multi-national organization that was founded by it’s publisher Julian Assange in 2006. The organization was established to make public official materials relating to war, spying and corruption. It has published more than… Continue reading

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