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Somewhere between herding sheep and herding sharks lies the manager's most effective method of gathering his team into a motivated decision-making process. Host Bart Jackson is joined by guest John Sarno, author, professor, and CEO of the Employers Association of New Jersey. Together, they discuss the workable practices for sparking the best of your team's little gray cells, and avoid letting the solutions-seeking effort fall into GroupThink default. In a humorous back-and-forth banter, this and other topics from John Sarno's upcoming book will provide leaders with a load of guidance and a lot of fun.
Join Dr. Culbreth for a commentary on Racism and Colorism as Psychic Prisons
Question to think about: How do the psychic prisons of racism and colorism affect people of color?
The Psychic Prison Mentality
The Psychic Prison of Colorism
The Psychic Prison of Racism
Keeping ARK Real
Dr. Paul Craig Roberts doesn’t engage in groupthink. As an assistant Treasury secretary under Ronald Reagan, he played a key role in formulating the Gipper’s now-legendary fiscal policy. As a journalist, he made no bones about reporting the facts as he saw them. Now, as a columnist, he shares his opinions about America’s turbulent sociopolitical climate.
Most pundits talk a good game about economics and politics. Few, however, are prepared to deliver anything beyond a superficial analysis of our time’s most controversial issues. Agree or disagree with the Doctor, his ideas are genuine, and they’re his own.
Dr. Roberts joins us for a frank discussion about America’s economic predicament on the next episode of Cotto & Company; a new thirty-minute-or-so online radio program featuring independent voices who shape our society. Regardless of partisan registration, political philosophy, or personal worldview, the goal is sharing diverse, and often innovative, ideas that we all can learn from.
No fooling -- join author, blogger, writer and internet radio host Dariaanne for Writesream Tuesday on April 1 at 1 p.m. Eastern when she welcomes authors Jamie K. Wilson and Griff Griffis of Liberty Island Magazine.
What's the mission of Liberty Island?
Think of Liberty Island as a rallying point for a revolt against conformity and groupthink. We aim to be the missing link in a cultural feeder system that has systematically marginalized those who did not go to the right schools, attend the proper writing programs, or toe the correct ideological line. At Liberty Island, good still triumphs over evil, hope still overcomes despair, and America is still a noble experiment and a beacon to the rest of the world.
Jamie and Griff will discuss their involvment with this new website and their plans for future writing projects. Call in to the live show at 347-945-7246 and join us in the chat room!
This show is about how other black people feel entitled to tell you how you should live your life based on how black people will look like as a whole. Groupthink is dangerous and is often used to justify trying to tell others especially black women what to do.
Everyone sees the world through their own lens. This lens is shaped by our environments and the people around us, however, it's important to realize that just because most people might see things a certain way that doesn't make it right.
This "follow the herd" mindset is everywhere in life, and if you've ever felt different inside and would rather follow your own path, chances are you've got an entrepreneur inside of you; you have to let it out.
On today's podcast, Jay's going to talk about daring to be different and standing out from the crowd. Entrepreneurs comprise the 3% of the population who DON'T follow the crowd, but blaze their own trail....they help the other 97% find employment.
You've got to think for yourself and go your own way in life. For entrepreneurs, there's no other way to truly live.... Are you ready to WAKE UP?
Back in the day when we were young, we're not kids anymore...we were bombarded by peer pressure, but as adults it's evolved into group think. Join hosts Octavia Jackson and jaha Knight from the Jackson Knight Show as they discuss groupthink, the evolution of peer pressure in our adult lives.
Give us a call each and every Saturday at 646-378-1597 12pm EST to talk with us about our topics! www.jacksonknightshow.com
How does stereotyping affect your life? Does it help or hurt your children, friends, and loved ones? Are all Asians good at math? Do all Black women have attitudes, Too many stereotypes to name! How true or false are they? Do they help or hinder our society? Some would say stereotypes exist for a reason,Join us at The Game Exchange to discuss this and more!
Weekly live webcast/podcast devoted to discussion of news and politics from the perspective of Objectivism, the philosophy of Ayn Rand. Hosted by Amy Peikoff.
TOPICS DISCUSSED DURING THIS SHOW: A New York Times piece challenges "The Rise of the New Groupthink." Saudi Arabia signs a "Nuclear Cooperation Pact" with China. Islamic parties are the big winners in Egypt's Elections. Why Apple ships jobs overseas. The "Final Four" GOP candidates. And more.
Teaching and Worship of the Divine African Feminine. Restoring this truth for African people as an effort towards our spiritual liberation!
Erykah Badu recently produced a video, in said video our Teacher/Healer Sister removes layers of clothing in Downtwon Dallas, at the end of said video she is nude. Her message was completely missed by the majority of folks watching, tonight we expose why? It is quite ironic too, GROUP THINK!
In many of today's colleges and universities, collaboration in learning is encouraged. But clear guidelines have to be provided, otherwise this innovative way of learning by the influence of group brainstorming could lead to various forms of plagiarism. This show explores best--and worst--practices with the collaborative learning concept.
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If you missed the last show, it's not too late! This week we continue the groupthink, on PART. 2 of Why Are So Many Black Women Single in America? Tune in as Author, Publisher and Personal Growth Advocate, Christy Abram, Relaxation and Personal Relationship, Coach Khayr Love El and Youth and Family Mental Wellness Advocate, Stephanie M. discuss being single in the black community, taking personal responsibilty for your partnerships, healing and tips on how to attract the right mate. Later, special guest, Certified Relationship, Coach Steven A. King gives tips on how to form lasting relationships.
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