Germany has rebuilt itself after the chaos of the Second World War and the division of the Cold War by being resolute and thoughtful Germany is a nation with a profound sense of duty and leadership. As a German teacher, I’ve watched with interest from afar as Germany has evolved after the horrors of the [...]
Some of you may have had the opportunity to watch the mini series The Book of Negros in celebration of Black History Month. This series depicted life in the early slave trade years and reminded us of the struggles, challenges and adversity of humanity and the few people that felt responsible to sacrifice their life [...]
The President’s personal leadership style is that of self discipline and a commitment to positive self-belief of having confidence that he can succeed by staying true to his ethics, remaining optimistic even when the odds aren’t great and by not letting fear of failure get him down. He believes that the brightest days are still ahead.
African leadership, being heavily over burdened and scatterbrained, is part of the Old Leadership. For the past 50 years, Africa has been sorting itself up into categories of Old Leadership and New Leadership.
By Frank T. Scruggs: The Afro News International The African Diaspora has many issues that are not unique to one faction. A large number of African people sometimes think that the problems of the entire African Diaspora are a responsibility and a universal obligation. In many cases this holds true but effective leadership locally is [...]
Dear Readers and Community Members, Dreams I have for this community and the values that will make them come true have come together in a new not for profit foundation. Established in 2007 it is now ready to being its public tour of duty. The SAGE Foundation’s guiding principle is the recognition of excellence in [...]