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Collective Leadership: Open letter to #Trump from alma mater Wharton students and faculty

Trump’s alma mater has officially taken a stand against Trump’s exploitation and, in their mind, mis-representation, of their business pedigree. In an open letter, increasing numbers of students, alums and faculty daily sign to raise a collective leadership voice, and criticize his positions and the intolerance they spread. Will it change the minds of all […]

#PrayforTurkey, Pray for All of Us: A #leadership test for the world’s wanna-be leaders

In a recent post about Presidential Candidate Donald Trump’s response to the bombings in Istanbul, Turkey on Tuesday, Rachel Maddow notes that “crises are leadership tests.” His response is clear but simplistic. She quotes him as saying, “This looks like a problem torture can solve.” Yet, she reminds us, his leadership solution (in his words, […]

Mitt Romney: A Relentlessly Authentic Speech?

In the September 1 Seattle Times, Michael Gerson describes Mitt Romneyʻs style as “the retro candidate.” He says:  His stories are sentimental, his jokes are corny, his parents are his heroes and his family is aggressively nuclear. There is an admirable defiance about it all. You want authenticity? You got it. In your heart you know he’s […]