Tag Archives: politics

Politics And Public Speaking Are Hot Topics In College Classes

Thursday marked the 50th anniversary of former President John F. Kennedy’s inauguration address, which is widely considered one of the greatest speeches in American history. Although many students who are attending college classes today were not alive when Kennedy was in office, his words still resonate with many Americans young and old. The most repeated… Read More »

3 Reasons Change Fails: Tea Party Politics for Business

As the 2010 mid-term elections approach, the Tea Party movement has created a big political buzz. Having scored several unexpected upsets in various state elections and primaries, the rally cry of “throw the bums out” has become the catchphrase of the day. Tired of what they perceive as a failure of either Democrats or Republicans… Read More »

Organizational Power, Authority and Organizational Politics

Organizational power is the ability to influence the group of human resources to work for achievement of the organizational objectives. Organizational power is different from organizational authority as organizational power is personal and depends on the personality characteristics of the person exercising the power. Organizational power is personal whereas authority is positional. The types of… Read More »

Challenging CPR (Criminology – Politics & Religion)

National statistics indicate that 64.8% of what the American public has been trained to believe about Criminology, Politics, and Religion (CPR) is in fact false. Before reading any further, will anyone take the time to challenge the previous statistic? Probably not. It’s usually easier to comm­ission others to “think for us”. If Americans were told… Read More »

Politics – The Id in Idealism and the Cyn in Cynicism

Idealism is a quality to be cultivated and nurtured. It is the idealist who helps us see things as they might be. It is the nature of some to be optimistic, upbeat, and encouraging. Usually, such personalities attract attention, respect and affection. Is it because they are always giving off similar signals to others? Sorting… Read More »