Category Archives: Leadership

Muhammed Ali’s Civil Rights  Contributions — and the superstar leaders inspired by them

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  The irrepressible Muhammed Ali (1942–2016) came onto the national and global stages at the height of the US Civil Rights era. He unthinkable and unorthodox mashup of dominance in the boxing ring and powerful positions on social matters left indelible imprints in the hearts, minds and […]

The Leadership Legacy of a Citizen Businessman

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Reprinted from: WetheP’s blog. By Andrea Morisette Grazzini My Grandfather began building his life legacy when he set aside his individualistic dream to support the family construction company his immigrant father started. Over time he would become a servant-leader to colleagues, community and the common interests […]

Immigrants = Economic Assets

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Also published in TC Daily Planet. I missed my bicultural neighbors when I moved from Eagan, Minnesota. Among them were Ukranian and Ghanaian immigrants, both two-parent families led by business owners. They didn’t speak perfect English, but were great neighbors. They brought my family home-cooked […]