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Christopher Anne Easley, Ph.D.
Former executive in higher education, Business Consultant, Full Professor in management and Writer
Former executive in higher education, Business Consultant, Full Professor in management and Writer
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Good Afternoon:

You are invited to attend a free webinar on GLOBAL LEADERSHIP, on September 27, 2017, at 3 P.M. KSA, 12 P.M. GMT, 7 A.M. CST and 8 A.M. EST.  For all other time zones, please Google and compare your respective time zones.

The webinar is co- sponsored by Madinah Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship (http://www.mile.org/) and Enlightening Management Consultants, Inc. (https://enlighteningmanagementconsultants.com/).  

Registration is at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/9131001350714381313.

Foundational principles for the webinar are based upon my book "Leadership for Global and Systemic Change:  Beyond Ethics and Social Responsibility", released in November 2016 by Palgrave Macmillan.

A description of the webinar is as follows:


"Corporations and other organizational entities have the abilities and resources to drive deep systemic change in a world that critically needs more aggressive change agents. Our world continues to be in crisis and globally people continue to suffer. The issues we face in 2017 suggest the need for different strategies and more committed people. This webinar posits the proposition and rationale for business leaders across the globe engaging more aggressively in addressing the issues that are severely plaguing nations. In many cases, the resources of corporations and their leadership out pace those of governments. Additionally, the critical core competencies leaders need and the first steps and strategies for developing these competencies are identified. Equally important, a beginning conversation ensues regarding the value propositions for leaders and their respective organizations when they make the intentional choice to make a difference in our world."


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A perspective for which I believe we need to be reminded...
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It is noteworthy to read McCain's comments. And, for those who voted for this administration, remember, when the policy cuts that attack the very benefits we need occur and the negative impact from the supposed tax reforms manifest, understand supporters; there are no (with the exception of the legislators you elected supporting this nonsense) exception tickets.Supporters of this administration as well as non supporters will both reap the
negative outcomes. We need to think hard about what we are allowing to be pushed through. And, equally critical we need to ask and get answers as to why there is such as concerted effort to destroy the middle and lower classes, import harm to people of color and willfully attack policies that protect women, children and our environments. In other words, why are we supporting destructive forces?
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When mental health professionals communicate concerns at this level and have been for a while; we need to listen.
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His message is critical and warrants our understanding the criticality of the issues he describes; but equally important our being able to look introspectively inside ourselves regarding our roles at creating the needed change.

https://medium.com/@UN/i-am-here-in-a-spirit-of-gratitude-and-humility-for-the-trust-you-have-placed-in-me-to-serve-the-458988d500fc
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