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June 2019 Corporate Counsel Men of Color Conference and Herm Edwards a Leader of Consequence

Edwards’s speech followed a format focused on six main points. The first main point of his speech was Promise where he discussed how promise should be an example of equality. Everyone needs a level playing field, and each person should be reminded that he is as capable as the person beside him. Edwards promises parents of football players that their children will be better when they leave Arizona State than they were when entering under his leadership.

What the Government Shutdown Reveals About Us

With the government shutdown in our rear view mirror, it’s a good idea to identify the elephant in the room.  Instead of saving at a level that can make work optional, retailers are delighted to see that Americans have embraced the mantra, ‘Spend, baby spend!”  As I...

Cyberbullying: What to Know, What to Do

In an earlier post, GCP covered New Jersey Police Detective Sergeant Thomas Rich’s presentation on sexting (Texting, Sexting: What You and Your Children Should Know, November 22, 2011). Today’s focus is cyberbullying, featuring perspectives from Sgt. Rich and others*....

What To Do When The Road Gets Rocky (And It Will)

Here are more words of wisdom from Anne Williams-Isom and Jennifer Jones Austin, authors of “How To Choose the Best School for Your Son” (GCP, February 21, 2012). In this post, Anne and Jennifer tackle the sensitive and important subject of what to do when your son’s...

Top 5 Tips For Handling a Toxic Boss

A toxic boss can make the office an awful and anxiety-inducing place. However, you can use your boss' negative behaviors as a motivation to give 100% at work. Not only will this shine a better spotlight on you, but it also helps you set up a good work track record...

5 Tactical Tips for Job Interview Success in 2019

Job interviewing is as stressful as ever, but by preparing properly beforehand, you can be confident that you have what it take to tackle this hurdle. Not everything changes year-to-year in job interviews, but the internet is more important than ever. Follow these...