The problem with dualism; information overload

In today’s workplace, there is a growing problem of dualism amongst information overload between humans and machines. With the increasing number of available information delivery systems (i.e. email, social media, instant messages, blogs, etc.), the problem is steadily getting worse. To address this problem, contemporary researchers are exploring the limits and thresholds associated with communication … Continued

Leaders Lacking ‘Dynamic’ Skills (LED 511)

The article Leaders Lacking ‘Dynamic’ Skills, the author writes how on organizations are having a difficult time finding people with desired leadership skills. I found the article to be very accurate. I currently work in a Federal Government Agency and I am a retired military member, I’ve noticed that the Federal Agency that I work … Continued

Humility Brings Healing

Great leaders may have many great leadership qualities, but they are also human being who make mistakes. We all may say something to we have later regretted, and our first instinct is usually to try and forget the situation, but the right answer is to approach it. In the article “I Think I Said Something … Continued

The Challenges of Leadership

During my courses in the CAGS department of CCU, as well as drawing from my own life experience, it has become clear that leaders are faced with many challenges. These challenges may differ day-to-day depending on the situation. However, leaders seem to face the following problems consistently. First, gaining the trust of their followers. This … Continued

The Colorblind Millenials

When discussing the topic of diversity and the importance and power of embracing diversity in the word place, the millennial generation has an interesting point of view. Kellye Whitney presents the view and argues that the way Millenials approach racism, diversity and stereotypes is flawed thinking. The millennial generation has the idea that if everyone … Continued