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Origins and Growth of Bullying

Bullying is a growing problem in our Internet age because people have more access to anonymously inflict pain on others through use of extensive media. We are all vulnerable and people of lesser ability and understanding are at a greater degree of risk. Bullying is unhealthy for both the bully and the victim. Bullies are […]

Affinity of Power

Power Introduction: The concept of power is backed in research by David McClelland: Need for Power Need for Affiliation Need for Achievement French & Raven’s 5 Bases of Power: Referent Power: Charismatic Leadership Legitimate Power: Formal Positional Leadership Expert Power: Knowledge-Based Leadership Reward Power: Transactional Leadership Coercive Power: Authoritative Leadership *People seek to avoid Punishment […]

Overcoming Adversity: (Part 1 of 2)

Overcoming Adversity: (Part 1 of 2) Adversity and Defeat: two terms no one wants to face. Why? Because it takes too much effort – but, unfortunately, none of us will get through life without facing these obstacles. I outline methods here that help us deal with these uncomfortable moments in life. Adversity and Defeat are the […]

Political Power Struggle, Corruption, and Unemployment

Political Power Struggle, Corruption, and Unemployment  What is the connection? This will shock you!! Who will you choose to be the next President of the United States of America? Does it really matter? Will one person with mutually aligned values and principles really make a difference among a system where incentives rule the divide? Can […]

Perception of Power

Quick Basic Research Introduction: The concept of power is backed in research by David McClelland: Need for Power Need for Affiliation Need for Achievement French & Raven’s 5 Bases of Power: Referent Power: Charismatic Leadership Legitimate Power: Formal Positional Leadership Expert Power: Knowledge-Based Leadership Reward Power: Transactional Leadership Coercive Power: Authoritative Leadership *People seek to […]