Tag Archives: Middle East

My Story and Corporate Culture

Note:  to understand why I blog so much about leadership, business life and corporate culture, you need to know a little about me as a person.  Hope this helps. Experience isn’t the best teacher, it is the only teacher!  ~Dr. … Continue reading

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Just What is a Patriot?

        Like much of the world population, I am caught up in watching the 2014 FIFA World Cup on television. Definitely a beautiful game when played with such passion and skill for the glory of their country. And since … Continue reading

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Time for Renewal

Break open a cherry tree and there are no flowers, but the spring breeze brings forth myriad blossoms.  -Ikkyu Sojun It’s no coincidence that spring, Easter, and renewed feelings of aliveness, energy and change are all grouped together.  It is definitely … Continue reading

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Why the American University of Beirut?

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.    ~Nelson Mandela My last post was about the idea of developing a School of Global Leadership at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon.  Basically I … Continue reading

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