BUS 408A Session 5 Discussion: Whistle Blower

I found it mind boggling that our own government doesn’t protect “whistle blowers” who bring to light corruption and illegal activities that endanger the public.  After reading the article from the Center for Investigative Reporting, it’s disheartening to see people looking to do the right thing get punished.  The article gave numerous examples of individuals … Continued

Wheat Seeds Grow

Transformational leadership requires persistence and grace. Second opportunities, third and fourth serve to bridge the flaws inside people with the image of the creator. When leaders practice grace and demonstrate trust in championing those who’s seed may seem dead, old or not the right type fruits grow that transform the status quo. Casting lights of hope and … Continued

Transgender Transitions

The workplace in the 21st century is changing drastically. As Baby Boomers reach retirement and Generation X and Millennials take over the lion’s share of leadership in the workplace, new challenges await the younger generation. Relativism has made it challenging for those whose decisions are guided by Judeo-Christian values. In 2012, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission … Continued

I know. I can’t tell you how to do it, but I know.

One of the most interesting concepts I learned in my leadership class was tacit knowledge. Tacit knowledge can play a huge role in the success of an organization. Tacit knowledge is more so based on a person’s know-how (experience in the job) versus the explicit (formalized knowledge). I noticed the need for the combination of … Continued

Whistleblowers

Do you think it is a good idea to always tell the truth? Is there a difference between being a “team player” and a Whistleblower? When might the two be one in the same? When would you consider stepping up and confronting a boss who is demonstrating unethical conduct? What do you think will be … Continued