Tag Archives: leadership

Disruptive Diplomacy

This post was originally published by Portland as part of a series of articles on digital diplomacy and the G8.   Diplomacy, and how we define diplomacy, is changing. No longer is it just an art for the elite or … Continue reading

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The Leadership Choice

I am not much of a creative writer, but please be patient with my attempt at storytelling. There once was a great and powerful king who was known for being a kind and just king.  He owned a vast kingdom … Continue reading

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Catalysts for Change

For the past couple weeks I’ve been thinking about a comment Justin Herman made to me regarding his new colleagues.  The rough paraphrase was, “They are great people who are extremely knowledgeable, but they don’t seem to be on the circuit.” … Continue reading

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