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Global Leadership and Learning Through Humor

by Eric Barrett

A significant amount of literature has been published suggesting that connecting leadership and learning through humor has a potential to significantly increase the productivity of a work environment. There are a multitude of methods by which an individual can connect leadership and learning through humor, which is largely dependent upon the situation. Read more

Integrating Leadership Competencies, Values and Cultural Attributes To Optimize Global SEER Initiatives – A Three Dimensional Approach

by Kenneth B. Murphy

Introduction

The idea of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been growing and evolving across the global business landscape for the last several decades.

As a result of the adoption of the major themes and tenets of corporate social responsibility by so many corporations as well as public entities such as government and non-governmental public institutions, the concept has evolved to such an extent that it has taken on a number of different forms and meanings up to the present day. Read more

Leveraging The College Admissions Process To Benefit Students Through International Service Learning

by Leslie Smith, M.Ed.

Abstract

The pressure to perform, compete, and excel for the purpose of building a robust college resume designed specifically to impress college admissions officers has a significant effect on many students. Read more

Report and Analysis of HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Belize

by Ghafari

Introduction

When the first AIDS case was diagnosed in Belize in 1986, the central government there established a National HIV/AIDS Remediation Program within its Ministry of Health (reference). Since that first diagnosis, the virus and its consequential complications, AIDS, have become the fourth leading cause of death throughout the world, following only diabetes, heart disease, and land transportation accidents (International, 2009). Read more