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How many of you reading this article are involved in politics? OK. Let me ask another way.... How many are involved in social organizations? PTA? Cub Scouts? Girl Scouts? Church? Any Board of Directors? Neighborhood Associations? Preschool Associations? Have a job? Have a network of friends? Do you ever come out of your house? Do you participate in chat rooms? If you answered yes to any of these questions, let's find out what that means for you and why you should care. In each and every group of human beings, there is a pecking order, if you will. There is a hierarchy of leadership, from the top, on down. Depending on the ...
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Preserve us from an Aussie Iron Lady - On Line Opinion - 26/7/2010
It didn’t take long. Julia Gillard has hardly warmed the seat in the Prime Minister’s Office before some breathless commentators are setting her up as an Australian equivalent to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. This has been greeted by derision among her opponents for whom Thatcher has been transformed into an icon of fundamental conservative values, a symbol of a golden age of prosperity and wellbeing when the dark forces of socialism were sent packing, British pride was restored and capitalism reigned. Typical of the attacks was a column by that old warrior of the right, John Stone, in the ... market research, surveys and trends


Survey Says: “Blame Game” Can Backfire Horriby On Barry-O at Pat ...
When signs of a severe economic downfall emerged more than two years ago, then-candidate Barack Obama was quick to point a finger at the man he hoped to replace. Seventeen months into his administration, the message is often the same, and Republicans say it’s time for him to drop the Bush bashing and take ownership of the problem. “Nothing makes a president look weaker than pointing the finger at past administrations,” said Republican strategist Ron Bonjean. “By blaming somebody, it looks like you are playing politics and people just want jobs. They don’t care about whose fault it is. Playing the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Blame game could 'boomerang' on Obama, strategist says -
President Obama has pointed fingers at the Bush administration, but Republicans say he should take ownership of the economy. President Obama frequently points out he "inherited" economic mess from Bush "Playing the blame game only boomerangs on yourself," GOP strategist says Surveys suggest Obama isn't the only one blaming Bush and Republicans Democratic strategist says Obama needs to focus more on signs of economic recovery (CNN) -- When signs of a severe economic downfall emerged more than two years ago, then-candidate Barack Obama was quick to point a finger at the man he hoped to replace. Seventeen months into his ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Interview: 'Mad Men' creator Matthew Weiner talks season four
Matthew Weiner, center, with "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm and director Phil Abraham working on last year's premiere. “Mad Men” is back for another season, and you can read my review of the season premiere, “Public Relations,” right here . I also spoke with the show’s creator, Matthew Weiner , about the premiere, some leftover business from last season (for instance, the shift in Betty’s attitude towards Don between the end of “The Gypsy and the Hobo” and the events of “The Grown-Ups”) and his latest thoughts on how long the series might go, and that’s all ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
The Liberal Tax Revolt: Is it a Game-Changer?
The liberal tax revolt, as the Wall Street Journal is calling it, is a very important topic — especially for investors and small-business entrepreneurs. And for new jobs. The so-called revolt is comprised of three Democratic senators: Kent Conrad, Evan Bayh, and Ben Nelson. They want to extend all the Bush tax cuts. That includes taxes on the wealthy, or the top personal tax rate, the investment taxes on capital gains and dividends, and the estate tax. So is this revolt a game-changer, or merely wishful thinking? With a strong pushback against the revolt by President Obama, Treasury man Tim Geithner, and House Speaker ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Playing the 'Office Politics' Game
Playing the. 'Office Politics' Game. Strategies for not stepping on people's toes in the workplace. By louellen essex and mitchell Kusy ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Power and Office Politics: Rumor and Reality
Face it, office politics are here to stay. If anything, the game has become more ... football field with a basketball; they're playing the wrong game.” ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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you can, but in many others, you must know how to play the game. Here's how to win at office politics--without having to sell your soul. Positive Politics ...
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it be that he is a team player, who sees you as a team member? People who think in terms of team often use we instead of I which is used by people trying to assert authority and bring attention to themselves. Is he trying to share blame if something goes wrong by using we? Is he just a jerk playing office politics? I don't know. Don't jump to a conclusion prematurely that may cause you to act in an inappropriate way yourself. Maybe the office should have someone come in to do a short seminar on personality types & behavioral tendencies to make people understand why they see things differently and better ways to ...
Can Republicans please stop playing politics and actually get ...
Seriously, I understand the game. They don't want to let the other team get a single score so they are playing tight defense. I get it. But seriously, just pass the dang jobs bill. (And anyone that says they are trying to be fiscally responsible: stop kidding yourselves. They aren't, they are playing political games. If Rand Paul was the President and trying to push us into a war in Middle East country named X, they would give him a blank check also, and you all know it.) Being the minority party does not = out of power. They have and are using every bit of power they got. Seriously, they should give ...