Tag Archive: Hubert Humphrey Fellowship

Leadership lessons from the American Civil War

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By Andrew Romanov The United States of American and the Confederate States of America—the American Civil War pitted the two against each other in a violent war of “North” against “South.” Each side was… Read More

Berlin Wall: from kiss to kiss

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This historical kiss of the leaders (Soviet Union and German Democratic Republic) kept the Berlin wall alive 28 years. Germany, as a country, was divided both ideologically and physically. The atmosphere of this… Read More

Defining Leadership

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Andrew Romanov is a student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication earning both his bachelors and masters degrees concurrently. He hopes to work in the communications field internationally, and… Read More

WordCamp Phoenix: a learning community

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by Ivana Braga Spending a weekend learning about blogging doesn’t look fun at first glance. But, if it is a WordCamp, definitely go for it. My first WordCamp Phoenix took place on January 17-19, in… Read More

10 Keywords in social mobilization to blow your cause

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by Ivana Braga Social mobilization is: “a process that engages and motivates a wide range of partners and allies at national and local levels to raise awareness of and demand for a particular… Read More

My leadership, my journey

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By Ivana Braga   “It is a shame that so many leaders spend their time pondering their rights as leaders instead of their awesome responsibilities as leaders.” — James C. Hunter, The Servant I used… Read More

Things that I learned in TechPHX

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    By @ivabraga TechPHX is a mix of meeting, workshop, mingling, and sharing. It takes places annually in Phoenix by one group of engaged people, all of whom are volunteers. The main… Read More

Insights about teamwork

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By Ivana Braga Teamwork is a complex concept and practice. I have some insights from my experience. However, in advance, I will tell you I don’t have all the answers to make teams… Read More

Why Can’t Foreign Policy Matter?

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The common rhetoric surrounding the third Presidential debate last week was that it was, of the three total, the most unimportant to voters – they are much more interested in the economy’s recovery… Read More

Future Imperfect

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By Malik Siraj Akbar The panel discussion on ” The Media and the 2010 Midterm Elections” during the Global Leadership Forum was a grim reminder how both the media and polity are falling… Read More

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