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30
Aug

Protected: NSLF Connect #3: The Four Faith Challenges of Leadership

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30
Aug

Protected: NSLF Connect #1: The Review of Servant Leadership

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09
Aug

Protected: NSLF Connect #2: You Gotta have Faith!

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25
Jul

USA Senator Cory Booker – Graduation Speech, Class of 2017: ‘I See You, I Love You’

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USA Senator Cory Booker delivered the commencement remarks at the University of Pennsylvania. See his remarks below, as provided by his office. “Thank you very much. It is incredible to be here and I want to thank you all for inviting me to be a part of this day of history in your lives, I […]

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18
Jul

What CEO’s are reading in 2017

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Reading is a great way to learn. Find out what books are being read by a sample of CEO’s from around the world. Take the time to continue your self learning – successful individuals never stop learning and never stop challenging their assumptions. Download the list: What-CEOs-are-reading-in-2017 This McKinsey & Company article includes books from […]

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01
Jun

Economics and the human instinct for storytelling by Robert Shiller

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Twenty-five years ago, Chicago Booth’s Dick Thaler and I set up a series of workshops at the National Bureau of Economic Research on what we called “behavioural economics.” Behavioural economics was economics with an input from the psychology department. Every department has its own tool kit for approaching research; we were very much influenced by […]

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17
May

Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Oprah Winfrey All Use the 5 Hour Rule

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Top business leaders often spend five hours per week doing deliberate learning – using the 5 hour rule. In the article “Malcolm Gladwell Got Us Wrong,” the researchers behind the 10,000-Hour Rule set the record straight: Different fields require different amounts of deliberate practice in order for someone to become world-class. If 10,000 hours isn’t an absolute rule […]

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22
Feb

Love in Action – John Lewis

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Love in Action. An interview with John Lewis by Krista Tippet.We take in the extraordinary wisdom of Congressman John Lewis on what happened in Selma, Montgomery USA on Bloody Sunday and beyond — and how it might inform common life today. A rare look inside the civil rights leaders’ spiritual confrontation with themselves — and […]

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14
Feb

Entrepreneurial Imagination & Vocation- Dr Steven Garber

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What is entrepreneurial imagination? What is entrepreneurial vocation? It is always some unique-in-history twining together of creativity and responsibility– knowing why they matter to us and to our societies was the question of the evening. But why does responsibility matter so much? What if we just imagine ourselves as responsible– isn’t that the same?” Last […]

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14
Feb

Shame: the case of Old David & Abishag the pretty virgin- Zalman Kastel

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This week I spent a day with a group of mostly Muslim high school students, and restorative justice leader Terry O’Connell. We heard about a 14 year old boy, “Garry” who knocked Terry down to the ground with a punch when Terry was a young police officer. Terry found out that the teenager was stuck […]

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