Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

People are the Strength of an Organization

Oxford Languages defines and organization as, “an organized body of people with a particular purpose, especially a business, society, association, etc.” There are also many charitable organizations, or charities. So from that, we know that many different organizations can have many different purposes. They can have a beautiful, dedicated fancy facility, or a cheap and…

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Cobra Kai needs the Dojo Kun

The “Cobra Kai” web TV series came out in Spring of 2018. It’s a more mature, modern continuation of the “Karate Kid” movies. The second season came out early this month. After watching it, I’m more convinced than ever that Cobra Kai needs the Dojo Kun. Cobra Kai Appropriate? While the “Karate Kid” movies may…

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Lead the Japanese Way

When young, our parents and other adults caretakers lead us. As toddlers, their leadership takes a vital role in our development as well as our safety and well-being. Long ago, a Japanese friend of mine told me, “In Japan, we don’t say ‘no’ to kids.” “Oh?” I prompted. She said, “If a child is going to…

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