A Better World
A New Awareness and Research Initiative for the Restaurant Industry The mission of The Leadership Initiative is to expand awareness about what leadership is and how it boost restaurant results, conduct new research to prove that raising manager leadership effectiveness increases sales and profits, and explore additional ways to develop leaders that will raise the […]
Copy of letter sent to 13 top Pentagon, 10 U.S. Senators, 6 U.S. House and 5 White House staff (see CC:) about focusing more on the root cause of military sexual assault which stems from a lack of character and failure to follow each services core values. June 17, 2013 The Honorable Chuck Hagel Secretary […]
Contrary to all the campaign rhetoric from both parties, the government didn’t cause the recession and can’t do a whole lot to fix it. How a mass lapse in character and critical thinking by thousands of executives tanked our economy.
As the November election looms, we are faced with a nonstop barrage of commentary about the economy. Those trying to unseat an incumbent blast them because the economy has not been fixed or even blame them for the recession. Incumbents claim their programs prevented the economy from getting worse.
There is only one tiny problem with all this political rhetoric. They’re all wrong. This recession was not caused by anything done by the government in any administration or session of congress whether current or past. And the numbers would be the same today even if the other party had been in control.
How targeted tax credits for hiring the unemployed, lower prices to small businesses, and America demanding overseas jobs be brought back home can add 5 million jobs in 5 years
Is there anything the government and others can do that will set the economy and hiring on fire…and do it rather quickly? It will take the whole country working together to do that. If the public, large corporations and the government will all take the actions described in this article, America will be on its way. This plan is simply a management consultant’s pragmatic look at what can change business decisions. This starts by understanding what does and does not affect the choices small business make.