All Posts Tagged With: "Leadership"

How Quickly Can Obama Get Ready?

In Friday’s Wall Street Journal, Kimberly Strassel takes a careful look at the events around the Obama campaign and provides a keen analysis of his comments,  actions, and the attempts by his campaign and supporters to shore up his mistakes.

It’s apparent that BO is in need of help along the way.  But does he want that help?

Cyborg ObamaThe Illinois Senator has carried out a campaign where much of the important content, including clear readings of his positions and intentions as President, have been largely overlooked in the midst of controversy after controversy, including reviews of questionable friendships and meaningless bickering with Senator Clinton about anything they can think of.  It is incredibly amazing that both their campaigns sank so low as to make race …

Good Questions

This month, a conference was held at the Center for Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School.  Out of this event, a consolidated (and winnowed down) list of 15 questions were created that were deemed valuable for asking the candidates for President.  They were:

  1. Can you share some examples of when you were a catalyst who brought groups with polarized opinions together so that all voices were at the table?
  2. Tell us about a high-performing team that you’ve built. What are the most important principles you’d follow in governing and leading your senior White House team?
  3. In the past, how have you responded to, evaluated, and learned from the mistakes – your own and those of your team?
  4. The U.S. ranks first in incarceration and

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