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The United States Global Leadership Council – Purpose

The United States Global Leadership Council – Purpose

The USGLC was born in the hearts of four men who wanted to see practical steps taken to bring the private sector and government together in a marriage of productivity. To utilize the existing minerals, products, and resources of a developing country to create economic...
Incentive and Growth

Incentive and Growth

The word incentive means something, such as the fear of punishment or the expectation of reward, which induces action or motivates effort. When incentives are no longer present in a social or economic system, then productivity subsides and innovation lumbers along at...
A Balanced Leader

A Balanced Leader

A voice of balance needs to arise. One that can build a bridge over the chasm of tension, division, and discontentment in order to lead without polarizing the issues. An individual operating in the lofty heights of a statesman where convictions supersede the whimsical...
A Habit Leadership Cannot Do Without

A Habit Leadership Cannot Do Without

Aristotle said “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” The power of habit is a motivator for trust. Why don’t people question or wonder if the sun will rise in the morning? It has erased all questioning, wonderment,...
Living AND Learning in Leadership

Living AND Learning in Leadership

The recent Africa & Middle East Peace Conference on December 13-15, 2017 hosted by the United States Global Leadership Council was a time of open dialogue, tremendous connectivity, and opportunities. The dialogue is continuing into actionable plans of...
A Compass Called Ethics

A Compass Called Ethics

The GPS we use to navigate in unfamiliar territory knows the route necessary to get us to the desired destination. Though there are many highways and streets, not all lead to the place we need to arrive at. In life, we do not call it a GPS but our moral compass. It is...