A Politics Cleanse

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Brooks in which he recommends abstaining from political news for a while. Smart move, regardless of your political leanings, because the political scene has gone nuts. [It Althouse points to an essay by Arthur C.

Political Correctness

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Althouse has a video of the debate on "Political Correctness: A force for good?" Pro: Michael Eric Dyson and Michelle Goldberg Con: Stephen Fry and Jordan Peterson

Political Hypocrisy

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Jonathan Bethune : Why Both The Left and The Right Are Political Hypocrites

Political Ads

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I've studied political ads for years. Here are three effective ones: Hillary Clinton ad: " Confessions of a Republican " Gary Johnson ad: " Are You In ?" Donald Trump ad: " Thanks, Famous Actors

Classic Political Reporting

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Liebling , writing in the May 28, 1960 issue of The New Yorker , on Louisiana politics. Liebling and Governor Earl Long? It doesn't get better than that. See Liebling's book, "The Earl of Louisiana

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How to Talk about Politics at Work

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The post How to Talk about Politics at Work appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership. The recent US elections might have been the most contentious ever. And strong feelings continue to abound.

Thoughts about Politics

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The ones who want political office the most may be the ones who deserve it the least. We'll never know how many Churchills and de Gaulles went into the political wilderness and never found their way back.

Modern Politics

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"That is not a cow." "We We are appalled that you would think it is a cow." That is not even a third-rate cow." Those who say it is a cow are only doing so for selfish and partisan purposes." "The The reported ''moo'' was an exaggeration." "So So were the udders." "So So were the emails." "We

Can You Ignore Office Politics?

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Can you ignore office politics? The post Can You Ignore Office Politics? confidence Conflict Empowerment Fear and Courage Mentoring career career development office politics organizational dynamics political I wish the answer was yes.

Quotes from Great US Political Leaders

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The post Quotes from Great US Political Leaders appeared first on Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership. What will we do after the US elections? Will we further our divisions into a stalemate or find common ground to move forward as a nation?

Overcoming Office Politics – Remarkable TV

Kevin Eikenberry

Every office has its fair-share of politics – it’s one of the areas where we receive the most questions and it’s the topic of some of our most popular webinars. And while I can’t necessarily help how others respond to office politics (at least not in a 4-minute video), I can help YOU! The post Overcoming Office Politics – Remarkable TV appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning.

Political Life

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Althouse may be reading a lot of Machiavelli lately. So too might "Dilbert" creator Scott Adams.He has sort of endorsed Hillary Clinton. Brian Beutler on how many of the young Bernie supporters does Hillary really need. Michael Barone : Bernie Sanders wins even while losing

"Fiction and Identity Politics"

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I am hopeful that the concept of “cultural appropriation” is a passing fad: people with different backgrounds rubbing up against each other and exchanging ideas and practices is self-evidently one of the most productive, fascinating aspects of modern urban life.

Vandalism and Politics

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It is not unusual to hear people mention that they'd never put a political sticker on their car. The "bumper sticker fear" may be a small reflection of what has happened to political discourse

Slaying the Politics Dragon

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Guest post from Robert Murray (and great advice): I have been getting an unusually high number of inquiries this week from young leaders asking about office or corporate politics. Corporate politics, unfortunately, are everywhere. Corporate politics happens for a number of reasons.

How to Avoid Political Wars at Work

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Pageant Experience Comes in Handy, Especially When You Have to Discuss Politics at Work

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Why French Politics is Interesting

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Not a French politician. The Weekly Standard's Dominic Green sees a coalition

Political Film Break

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The trailers for: " Primary Colors " " The Candidate " " Bulworth " " Wag the Dog " " The Great McGinty

Political Science Theater

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Political Science Theater" would have two panels of informed and witty individuals. Political Science Theater could do the same. Althouse gives her take on C-Span, the convention, and Bill Clinton's speech. And that leads to an idea: Remember Mystery Science Theater ? Here's my modest proposal for the next presidential election, assuming that by then we aren't battling zombies and cooking gophers over a grill fired up by old stock certificates.

Political Opposites But Friends

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Kurt Harden (Cultural Offering) and Patrick Rhone (The Cramped) are planning a meeting. And I bet it will be fun. We need more of that attitude nowadays

The Six Rules of Office Politics

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Office… Continue reading → Backstabbers Culture Influence Leading Taking others higher adversarial relationship Leadership Development Office Politics An adversarial relationship with a skilled office politician destroys opportunities. It could end your career. You despise their shenanigans, but unless you have authority to deal with them, learn to get along.

Impatient and Polite

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Those who are impatient and polite will give a look - a subtle one - and either change their request or leave. Those who are impatient and impolite may shout and pound tables. There is little mystery as to what they want.

When Politics Ruins Excuses

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The nature of some political scandals is that they forever taint excuses which might otherwise sound innocent. Some examples: "I was hiking on the Appalachian Trail." "My My blue dress had to go to the dry cleaners." "We

Politics in the church…

Ron Edmondson

Someone asked, “Why are there politics in the church?” Where people gather…things will often get political. Sounds like politics to me. We shouldn’t be surprised when politics appear in the church. Sounds somewhat political to me.

The Novel on American Politics

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Easily the best novel on American politics. " The Last Hurrah " by Edwin O'Connor. Unmatched. It's also very funny. The movies based on the book, including the one with Spencer Tracy, are vastly inferior to the novel.

Political Novels - Continued

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I recently posted a list of 60 extraordinary political novels. Immediately afterwards, of course, ones that were omitted came to mind.

Leave the politics at home

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Yesterday’s Forbes article “Talking Politics at Work Can Get You Fired” was eye-opening. I’ve long felt that political discussion has its place, and that the workplace isn’t it, but my reasoning was more based on productivity and relationships.

Back to the Cave: Persuasion and Politics

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When an attitude of identity politics predominates, political campaigns boil down to two main messages: "This candidate is one of us." "The The other candidate is not one of us." Some may argue that has always been the case but I'm not sure about that.

60 Extraordinary Political Novels

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Granted, some are more "political" than others but they are worth your time.

Encore Program on Communication in Political Campaigns

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On Wednesday, March 16, Randy Mayeux and Karl Krayer participate in an encore of our program on communication and political campaigns. Did You Hear… Read More Encore Program on Communication in Political Campaigns. Karl's blog entries First United Methodist Church Garland Karl Krayer political campaigns Randy MayeuxThe program is from 6:30-7:15 at First United Methodist Church – Garland. The address is 801 Avenue B at Glenbrook. The program is in rooms 103-105.

Leadership & Political Correctness | N2Growth Blog

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OXYMORON …Great leaders are not politically correct, but they are politically savvy – there is a difference. Putting political agendas and peer pressure aside (as great leaders do), leaders should not make their choices based upon public opinion.

Video Evidence of the Gender Chasm in Business and Politics

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The gender gap looks more like a chasm in business and politics today — surprising in 2012. Political Gender Chasm Video Evidence. Is the gender chasm in business and politics going to close in our lifetimes?

Art Break: Political Art

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William O''Connor at Muddy Colors gives a variety of examples

Six Secrets to Winning at Office Politics

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Being great at your job… Continue reading → Influence Leading Success Communication Leadership Office Politics The most qualified people don’t always get the most done or earn the best promotions. We all know someone who got promoted because they knew the right person.

For Political Junkies of All Stripes

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It is always worth reading but especially in an election year: Real Clear Politics

3 Listening Lessons We Can All Use From Political Leadership

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They speak in sound […] The post 3 Listening Lessons We Can All Use From Political Leadership appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. accountability Change Communication Culture constituents listening political leadership politics

12 Strategies for Navigating Office Politics

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Think of office politics as connecting with people for mutual benefit. Your work doesn’t always speak for itself. The most skilled don’t always earn the best promotions. Those skilled at the social game… Continue reading → Leading

How to Play Office Politics Without Being Sleazy

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I’ve never seen an organization that doesn’t have some office politics at work, have you? What do I mean by office politics? The phrase comes from activities that occur in government politics, usually associated with trading favors and support for votes on legislation.

Leave the politics at home

Bud to Boss

Yesterday’s Forbes article “Talking Politics at Work Can Get You Fired” was eye-opening. I’ve long felt that political discussion has its place, and that the workplace isn’t it, but my reasoning was more based on productivity and relationships.