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Category: Leadership, Ethics, Trust

Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why the U.S. is in a perilous period where short-term return on capital thinking is prevailing over broader benefits applied with a long-term perspective.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to compare two theories of capitalism, one that transfers value from one group to another, and one that creates value and allows it to be shared among the stakeholders as they contribute.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why those who think the shareholder is the prime stakeholder in a corporation is shortsighted and doing harm to the U.S. and to capitalism.
Jon  Clifton
Jon Clifton joins Jim Blasingame to report on the recent Clifton Strengths Finder gathering and how it helps professionals focus on their positives and not their negatives.
Len Marrella
Len Marrella joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what servant leadership looks like and explain the power that comes from being devoted to a higher power than yourself.
Len Marrella
Len Marrella joins Jim Blasingame to lament the fact that American society has defined itself down by placing a higher value on content without including the clarifying context.
Len Marrella
Len Marrella joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that character is, among other things, courage, honesty, respects, and to reveal how to apply those traits in your life.
Janet Christy
Janet Christy joins Jim Blasingame to offer suggestions on how to deal with the speed of change by setting yourself up to lead change and be a disrupter, instead of waiting to be disrupted.
Jaime Hansen
Jaime Hansen joins Jim Blasingame to propose that the imposition of societal pressures play a big role in how women are treated in the marketplace.
Jaime Hansen
Jaime Hansen joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the controversial issue of opportunity discrepancies between the genders and how much of it is caused by society and how much by nature.

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