10 KIDS WITH SUPERPOWERS YOU WON'T BELIEVE ACTUALLY EXIST
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The 11 nations of the United States
"The political parties come and go but the values of the regional cultures are always at play."
Narcissistic Leaders: The Incredible Pros, the Inevitable Cons
Many leaders dominating business today have what psychoanalysts call a narcissistic personality. That’s good news for companies that need passion and daring to break new ground. But even productive na...
What Makes A Leader? Clues From The Animal Kingdom
As the American media continues to buzz over who is more or less likely to secure the Republican and Democratic nominations for US President, researchers in the journal Trends in Ecology & Evolution r...
25 Especially Inspiring and Empowering Quotes From Today's Top Leaders
You may have the best materials, the newest innovations, the most creative product --but those resources are meaningless without the core of your business: your employees. Poorly motivated and uninspi...
Seven Habits Of Likable People
Think being well liked at work isn't a big deal? Consider: Likable people get more promotions and are viewed as more credible. If you want to predict your chances of getting ahead at work, answer this...
The 15 Diseases of Leadership, According to Pope Francis
The leadership team is called constantly to improve and to grow in rapport and wisdom, in order to carry out fully its mission. And yet, like any body, like any human body, it is also exposed to disea...
10 Behaviors You Never See in Successful People
How you act defines you as a leader. That's why there are so few real leaders nowadays.
Monarchomachs
The Monarchomachs (French: Monarchomaques) were originally French Huguenot theorists who opposed monarchy at the end of the 16th century, known in particular for having theoretically justified tyr...
Superpowers
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The 11 nations of the United States
"The political parties come and go but the values of the regional cultures are always at play."
Narcissistic Leaders: The Incredible Pros, the Inevitable Cons
Many leaders dominating business today have what psychoanalysts call a narcissistic personality. That’s good news for companies that need passion and daring to break new ground. But even productive na...
Austromarxism
Austromarxism was a Marxist theoretical current, led by Victor Adler, Otto Bauer, Karl Renner and Max Adler, members of the Social Democratic Workers' Party of Austria during the late decades of the A...
Historical institutionalism
Historical institutionalism (HI) is a social science method that uses institutions to find sequences of social, political, economic behavior and change across time. It is a comparative approach to the...
Social apartheid in Brazil
The term social apartheid has been used to describe various aspects of economic inequality in Brazil, drawing a parallel with the legally enforced separation of whites and blacks in South African soc...
Social apartheid in Brazil - Wikipedia
Far-left politics
Far-left politics or extreme-left politics are left-wing politics that are further to the left than mainstream centre-left politics. The far left seeks equality of outcome and the dismantlement of all...
Take point
In modern military parlance, to take point, walk point, be on point, or be a point man means to assume the first and most exposed position in a combat military formation, that is, the leading soldier/...
Take point - Wikipedia
Small power
The international system is for the most part made up by small powers or small states. While a small power in the international system may never equal or surpass the impact of larger powers, they can ...
Separation of powers
The separation of powers, often imprecisely used interchangeably with the trias politica principle, is a model for the governance of a state (or who controls the state). The model was first developed ...
Separation of powers - Wikipedia
Elective dictatorship
An "elective dictatorship" (also called executive dominance in political science) is a phrase popularised by the former Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom, Lord Hailsham, in a Richard Dimbleby Lect...
Superstate
A superstate is an agglomeration of nations and/or states, often linguistically and ethnically diverse, under a single political-administrative structure. This is distinct from the concept of superpow...
Negarchy
Negarchy was a term coined by Daniel Deudney to mean a form of status quo maintained by the inter-relations of the power structure and authority that modern states hold in relation to each other which...