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Where you are is not who you are

Where you are is not who you are

One of the many, many reason I respect and admire Ursula Burns.  Check out her video and the other Women Of Power.  Enjoy your development!   ... Read More »

How do you derail? …in leadership!

How do you derail? …in leadership!

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The title read: Who’s in Charge Inside Your Head?

The title read: Who’s in Charge Inside Your Head?

When I saw that headline, I thought, wow that has got to be great article.  We all have that inner voice that carries on a constant banter with us.  Sometimes good and sometimes not so good! Jim Gaffigan who is one of the best comedians today has built a routine around that inner demon or inner coach, depending on your state of... Read More »

A Call to Men

A Call to Men

Tony Porter is co-founder of A Call To Men: The National Association of Men and Women Committed to Ending Violence Against Women, a leading national men’s organization addressing domestic and sexual violence prevention and the promotion of healthy manhood.  A central tenet of A Call to Men is the belief that preventing violence... Read More »

This ain’t MIT or Harvard lite!

This ain’t MIT or Harvard lite!

  Yes–I absolutely LOVE this.  At Altruistic Leadership we are advocates for education so when we see something like this announcement from Harvard University and MIT, we get excited.  On May 2nd they unveiled edX,  a transformational new partnership in online education. Through edX,  the two institutions will... Read More »

We’re on Scoop It! Join us

We’re on Scoop It! Join us

Scoop.it is now a powerful publishing platform where we can explore, research, and share headlines with those who share our passion.  Follow us and join Scoop It and share what you find with us! Here are two of our channels. Altruistic Leadership – (Those) helping business understand color!   Social Media Must!   ... Read More »

Tracking the trackers

Tracking the trackers

I, like most of you, surf the Web for information, research, updates, etc.  In addition, I, like most of you, have antivirus software, which scans my machines and eliminates tracking cookies—guess what: that’s not enough.  While “Web tracking is not 100% evil” to quote Gary Kovacs, it is your right, our right, to know... Read More »

A Graduates Guide To Success

A Graduates Guide To Success

“I will never pick up a book and study again” This statement came during the last week of finals during my daughter senior year in college in 2010. I am sure there are lots of seniors finishing up exams this week and probably thinking the same thing.  They have stuck their heads in the books for years.  Exams, presentations,... Read More »

Dementia starts earlier than you think

Dementia starts earlier than you think

If you are a person-of-color, specifically African American or Latino/Hispanics, you are considerably more likely to have Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. A study completed by the Aging, Demographics, and Memory Study group (the ADAMS group), released information about the prevalence of Alzheimer.  Their research indicates... Read More »

The Girl Effect

The Girl Effect

(via Wikipedia) The Girl Effect is a campaign sponsored by the Nike Foundation and the Buffet’s NoVo Foundation. According to the campaign’s website, the Girl Effect is defined as the unique potential of 600 million adolescent girls to end poverty for themselves and the world. It is based on the common belief in the... Read More »

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