Cynthia McKinney: Rich White Kids… Drunk, Promiscuous, with Absentee Parents? Is This What U.S. “Leadership” is All About?

RICH WHITE KIDS . . . DRUNK, PROMISCUOUS, WITH ABSENTEE PARENTS? IS THIS WHAT U.S. “LEADERSHIP” IS ALL ABOUT? By Cynthia McKinney, Ph.D. Re-published with permission from AllThingsCynthia. As I read about the smear campaign being conducted by Democratic Party operatives using Dr. Christine Blasey Ford aimed to impugn the character and career of Judge …

Robert Steele: Could Robert Gates Create a Smart Nation as Chancellor of the Republic? Review of A Passion for Leadership by Robert M. Gates

Could Robert Gates Create a Smart Nation as Chancellor of the Republic? 5 stars – Real potential at the intersection of education, intelligence, and research American Herald Tribune, 3 July 2018

Kosmos: Liminal Leadership

Liminal Leadership Nora Bateson KOSMOS, Fall / Winter 2017 Leadership models come in many flavors. Strategic leadership, leadership from behind, organizational, innovative, creative leadership, collective leadership, transformational leadership, cross-cultural leadership, team leadership—the list goes on. But the kind of leadership that I want to explore may not be identifiable as leadership at all. I am …

Press Release: #UNRIG Leadership Offered to President Donald Trump by EIN CEO Robert Steele

#UNRIG Leadership Offered to President Donald Trump by EIN CEO Robert Steele In an Open Letter also delivered to the White House yesterday, the founder of #UNRIG offered its leadership to President Donald Trump. Washington DC (PRUnderground) August 29th, 2017

Don Vandergriff: The US Army’s Poor Leadership — How Did It Get So Bad?

How did the US Army’s leadership problem grow so bad? Summary:  The US spends $600 billion on the US military (narrowly defined; almost a trillion broadly), yet repeatedly fails to defeat our poorly trained and equipped foes. In this chapter of our series asking “why”, Don Vandergriff points to ways the Army selects and promotes officers …

Re-Inventing the US Army: Strategy, Reality, Precepts, Structure, & Leadership (Re-Inventing National Security Book 3)

We have, with the election of Donald Trump,a once-in-a-century opportunity to rethink, reinvent, and reinvest in our national military concepts, doctrine, human capital, organizations, technologies, and command structures, while eradicating much of the waste that is characteristic of a “government specifications cost plus” approach to contracting. Donald Trump won against all odds, against both parties, …

Robert Steele: Reinventing the US Army Part III – Strategy, Reality, Precepts, Structure, & Leadership

Steele, Robert. Reinventing the US Army Part III – Strategy, Reality, Precepts, Structure, & Leadership, Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, Press, Projected Publication 2017. Part III in the Reinventing the US Army monograph series. Robert David Steele This is the author’s preliminary draft of the third of three monographs focused on …

George Reed: Toxic Leadership (Type I) Plus Robert Steele on Toxic Leadership Type II

Tip of the Hat to Contributing Editor Marcus Aurelius.

Michael Kearns: Leadership & Social Change

Leadership. The “School” of American Leadership Studies & Development (ALS&D) has been the largest mythological tyrant ever to spew propagandistic mythology (1); therein, inflating the lust for money, power, and control as measures of “success” in America (2). Much like Trump’s Great Man ascertations, about how “great” America can be, much like him-self – with …

Tom Atlee: Leadership as Power With

Co-intelligent leadership is that which enables wise “power-with” Consider leadership not only as a quality or activity of individual human beings – those people we call “leaders” – but rather as a function or property of a system that can show up in many forms, including (but definitely not limited to) certain “leaders” in the …

George Por: How collective intelligence helps organizations move past hierarchical leadership structures

How collective intelligence helps organizations move past hierarchical leadership structures Louis Rosenberg This tendency toward “herding” is exacerbated by social media and other modern technologies. We euphemistically call it “trending” or “going viral” but often it’s just a random impulse gone astray, amplifying noise rather than harnessing intelligence. In fact, a brilliant study out of …