Archive | October, 2018

Reminder about the Unit 5 Blog Post – Due by 9AM on Friday, November 30, 2018

This is a reminder to: ·         Make your Unit 5 Blog Post by 9AM on Friday, November 30, 2018. ·         Include “Unit 5” in your Blog Post title. ·         Use your blog as an opportunity to discuss how groups, individual cultural differences, and/or organizational climate can relate to leadership and ethics. ·         Comment on one […]

U04: Presumed Consent

Did you know that in the United States, 95% of adults support organ donation however only 54% of those individuals are opted into being an organ donor (“Organ Donation Statistics,” n.d.)? Did you know that in the United States 20 people die every day because viable organs are not available for transplant (“Organ Donation Statistics,” […]

Microaggressions and Individual Differences

Over the past couple of months, a team was formed to identify the Cultural Competency of the office. The team was comprised of individuals from each department with diverse education, training, and experiences. The purpose of the group was to design a training for the leadership team of the office to promote cultural awareness when […]

Neuroticism; A Hinderance in Leadership

Working for a corporate AT&T store has been one of the best, and most surprising opportunities that I have had the pleasure of experiencing. I have been exposes to many different kinds of coworkers and leaders in many different kinds of settings. My current manager is perhaps one of the best leaders I have ever […]

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