Aaron Patzer founded Mint on his own but launched his second startup with a fellow engineer and former colleague.
Our leadership has had a lot of exciting adventures lately. There was the election, of course. When someone finally reached out to me to explain they were making calls to keep the Senate under Democratic control I contributed some time. Show More Summary
The Independent reports that Labour continues to tear itself apart over the Emily Thornberry affair as backbench MPs queue up to denounce the leadership of being out of touch with the party's grassroots. Frank Field and David Lammy come...Show More Summary
"Once you start recognizing the truth of your story, finish the story. It happened but you're still here, you're still capable, powerful, you're not your circumstance. It happened and you made it through. You're still fully equippedShow More Summary
There is no doubt that legal reform in China will be carried out under the control and leadership of the Communist Party--- while the repressive crackdown on speech and conduct threatening party rule is continues.
This Thanksgiving, let us all joyfully thank the Lord God for his sovereign grace, shaping Gospel Progressive leadership at so many points throughout history. Also, let us thank the Lord God for his amazing grace empowering you and me to continue this precious progressive Gospel witness and work now.
Rocked by a mayor’s role in the presumed killing of 43 students, Mexico’s main left-wing party is facing more turmoil after its founder quit amid a dispute with the leadership. Cuauhtemoc Cardenas, a three-time presidential candidate, announced he was leaving the Democratic Revolution...
At first blush, this was another episode of Supernatural in which the boys deal with a case of the week, while a half-dozen subplots keep humming along. Castiel's budding romance, Crowley's crisis of leadership, that Cole guy, etc. etc. But unexpectedly, this episode proved that Supernatural still has some decent tricks up its sleeve. Read more...
Jennifer Rajca, 26 November: Shadow Defence Minister Stephen Conroy said the Prime Minister needed to show leadership and make [the Defence Minister]…
In the last 15 years, nearly all major crises suffered from a breakdown in meaningful internal controls, corporate values and poor leadership. Often, the scale of the crisis - and even the crisis itself - was avoidable if corporate values...Show More Summary
If there's one thing I hate more than snakes (my one and only big phobia) it's an absolutely horrible boss. On some occasions a person is not ready to take the reins of a leadership positions, or may just lack the skills to hold some...Show More Summary
A few years ago, we invited Mike Heisley to share his thoughts in a panel on Building Something from Nothing at a Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics Center (COLE) conference at Duke University. Mike was a natural fit for this panel. Show More Summary
Leadership expert Marshall Goldsmith talks about what he learned from management consultant Peter Drucker.
The holidays offer many insights applicable throughout the year. Here are 7 you can learn from the coming Turkey day.
Conservative lawmakers are calling on House leadership to vigorously act against President Obama’s executive amnesty. Republican congressional leaders have yet to articulate what actions they plan to take to combat Obama’s recent unilateral...Show More Summary
Conservation groups, led by Ducks Unlimited, spent millions on trying to pass Measure 5 on the ballot earlier this month, and ended up getting just 20 percent of the vote. In fact, when supporters turned in their petitions to put it on the ballot the over 1,900 pages contained more than 41,000 signatures. When voters...
As the holiday shopping spree begins, consider picking up a gift that's professionally useful—a good book to help you or someone on your list gain insight on leadership and work-related issues. There are a number of volumes worth reading, whether you’re looking to inspire your team to operate more like a start-up, to create a culture of […]
Photo by: Joan M. Mas A mainstay of leadership is to handle crisis with aplomb and an effective resolution. Unfortunately, for many leaders this is not always their approach. At times, the intention may be to lead through a dramaticShow More Summary
The rape shocker at the state’s flagship public university may have exposed a campus culture of violence against vulnerable co-eds. It also exposed a different kind of culture, one in which the University of Virginia’s leadership has put defending its brand above the health and safety of young women. Read full article >>
When it comes to religious freedom for Christians, China is running that race for global economic leadership like an Indy 500 car chugging on a steam engine. It is true that Christianity in China is growing by leaps and bounds and may outstrip every revival in history. Show More Summary