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A Case Study: Blood in the butchery!

This issues gives us a “blog from the board” by FFI board member Ricardo Mejía as well as a case study entitled “Blood from the Butchery” for your review, considering and commentary. 1,099 more words


A (Not-so!) Short Reflection on Authentic Leadership

“Authentic leaders have impact. At the end of the day, leaders make a difference. The world is changed because of their leadership. They are able to create real and lasting change. 1,232 more words

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Revisiting my #OneWord: Engage

“We must create a positive vision for the road ahead. It’s so important to create that vision because if you can see it, you can create it. 1,141 more words

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Graduation Season!

On May 20, over 200 students walked across the stage to receive their BC3 degrees from President Neupauer. What an inspiring sight it was! A flood of smiling faces in academic gowns, cheering professors, and proud families. 242 more words

Here’s To the Past

I’ve never actually looked up the definition of the word ‘past’. To say something has ‘past’ means it has gone by in time, no longer existing. 329 more words


16 Things We Wish We Knew For Orientation

  1. Make sure to have a rough idea of the classes you wish to take or face the wrath of the SignYouUpForClassesYouHate advisors. If you have no idea, check out the 4 year plan available on each department website.
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A Short Reflection on Sinek and the Golden Circle

“All the great and inspiring leaders and organizations in the world, whether it’s Apple, Martin Luther King, or the Wright brothers, they all think, act, and communicate in the exact same way – and it’s the complete opposite to everyone else” ( 934 more words

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