Missing: the art of negotiation. Can this be why patriarchal companies are attracted to Trump’s business style?
A few thoughts from me, unaffiliated with any corporation, agency, media conglomerate, or other outlet.
In 2016, I noticed the rise in violent verbal lobs, together with belligerent bullies, appearing to coincide with the pre-presidential election hubbub.
Now, in the midst of newly installed President Trump’s first six months, confusion’s trickle-down effect reigns supreme.
Many feel an ugly taste of regret. Should that move us into action?
If you’ve been hanging out with me a while, you’ve probably read about the readers’ #WorldRecipe. On chance you haven’t seen it, I welcome your feedback, here…
Perhaps you viewed the viral news, earlier this week, about United Airlines removing a passenger from his seat on a Chicago departure flight? Check out the Washington Post article…
We can review the scenario ad infinitum, but my question is, Should passengers have walked off that plane refusing to participate as bystanders, when that passenger was forcibly removed?
What have we come to in our civilized society, when people stay seated, and livestream an event?
Would a walk-out, from all the passengers, have been in order?
It was just one incident. Not really my business. Right?