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    • 30 Jan

      Five Challenges That Plague Local Government Agencies and How To Overcome Them

      In recent years, scandals emanating from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Justice, the State Department, and the Internal Revenue Service have called into question the practices of these large federal bureaucracies and shaken people's confidence in their impartiality and fealty to the rule of law.  These scandals have led to both internal and Congressional hearings and investigations, and many previously obscure agents of these departments have found their names featured in unflattering headlines.  Although these examples continue to be played out on the national stage at the highest levels of the federal government, the problems such public bureaucracies encounter can likewise be found at the regional, state, and local levels.   ...Read More

    • 18 Jan

      The Twelve Principles of Personal Leadership: Principle #12—Embracing Spirituality

      In 2004, theoretical physicist and former ABC News science correspondent Michael Guillen wrote Can a Smart Person Believe in God? This thought-provoking book offers some insightful comments about the importance of spirituality in people’s lives. Guillen contends that there are two important and distinct qualities to human existence. The first quality, Intelligence Quotient, is well known to people and is understood to refer to our abilities to solve problems, analyze situations, and acquire knowledge. The second quality, which is lesser known and often rejected or ignored, is Spiritual Quotient. Spiritual Quotient, or SQ, refers to our abilities to perceive nonphysical aspects of reality. When working in tandem, IQ and SQ give one the heightened ability to solve complex physical and metaphysical problems through spiritual consciousness and conviction. Our life journeys are enhanced when we seek both a higher level of IQ and SQ.  ...Read More

    • 11 Jan

      Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way!

      I am often asked where all the real leaders have gone. Not just the canned phony orators who stammer and stumble when their teleprompter freezes, but real leaders whose values are embedded, and naturally come from the heart. ...Read More