As we hit the height of the holiday season, take a minute to make a plan for getting around safely.
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We had an amazing response, over 2800 people replied, and over 900 shared individual stories of their worst experiences at work during the holidays – which seems to confirm the intense energy around the issue of workplace holiday celebrations.
Since our schools don’t teach this stuff, this is what the conventions are all about. This week and next, Americans will conduct the most intense stage in the presidential election process. The 2012 Republican National Convention is in progress in Tampa, FL until Thursday, August 30 and the Democrats will convene in Charlotte, NC fromRead… Read more »
Politics are terrible… Voting doesn’t matter… It’s only the primary… I’m too busy… These are commonly heard sentiments of people who don’t vote. Unfortunately, those who choose not to vote are putting their rights, business, property, community and even freedom at risk! Politics can be terrible. But to quote Winston Churchill, who led England toRead… Read more »
Most of the American political debate centers on the two major parties – Democrats and Republicans. Today, most Americans are fed up with politicians and would like to eliminate political parties altogether, but it would never work. Aristotle noted that humans are political animals and will always form associations based on common beliefs and experiences.Read… Read more »
By Steve O’Keeffe http://bit.ly/lUJVM6 Fancy a pint? Aren’t those the three most alluring words in the dictionary? And, you thought I was i-teetotal? This week’s installment is more of a shot than a beer. If you’re in the D.C. area on June 9, please stop by Ireland’s Four Provinces in Falls Church to raise aRead… Read more »
Rub elbows with the author’s of “Power of Pull” this Friday evening at the free book launch party at L2 Lounge in Georgetown. “Power of Pull,” has won acclaim from readers like President Bill Clinton, Google’s Eric Schmidt, and “Megatrends” author John Naisbitt. Authors (and Deloitte Center for the Edge leaders) John Hagel and JohnRead… Read more »
The Business Council of Alabama (BCA), the Alabama Democratic Party, the Alabama Republican Party, the Alabama Council of Association Executives, and Politics4All.com are joining forces to host a workshop on social media. The workshop will be held on Thursday, October 8 from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Montgomery. ThisRead… Read more »