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Syria rebel group names new chiefs after blast kills leaders

Idlib - Syria's Islamist Ahrar al-Sham rebel brigade named new chiefs on Wednesday after a devastating blast killed nearly 50 members of its leadership in a northwestern province largely under rebel control.

N. Korea number two replaced as army political chief

Pyongyang - North Korea signalled a key leadership change with the announcement Friday that the man seen as supreme leader Kim Jong-Un's number two had been replaced as political chief of the military.

Op-Ed: Preventing tomorrow's CEOs from being spoiled little brats

Every day within the entrepreneurial community of the United States, countless up and coming leaders — many of whom, arguably, are more brilliant than the business giants of the modern age — fall prey to a common foible of young aspiring entrepreneurs

In India, women village heads face gender bias, discrimination Special

Gender bias at home and office stalks India’s tribal women village leaders. However, fear of revenge forces them to maintain a stoic silence.

Op-Ed: Trudeau denounces attack politics, but attacks Harper and Mulcair

Toronto - The Liberal Party of Canada held their showcase event in Toronto. Short on grand vision, candidates laid out their platforms with buzz words. While Trudeau denounced attack politics, he had no problem taking aim at Stephen Harper and Thomas Mulcair.

Marc Garneau to quit bid for leadership of Liberal Party

Ottawa - Marc Garneau, according to sources close to his campaign, has decided to pull out of the liberal leadership race. Garneau feels that it would be impossible to beat forerunner Justin Trudeau, who enjoys a considerable lead.

Minister Kathleen Wynne steps down from Queen's Park cabinet post

Toronto - Ontario Aboriginal and Municipal Affairs Minister Kathleen Wynne announced her resignation from the cabinet Thursday. The Liberal Member of Provincial Parliament is expected to officially launch her campaign for the party leadership Monday.

Bob Rae confirms he will not seek Canada's Liberal leadership

Ottawa - After months of speculation, interim Liberal Party leader Bob Rae has finally confirmed that he will not seek the party's permanent leadership. Up until as late as last week, Rae had planned to run for leader.

Op-Ed: False hope, Obama and smog

Washington - In an astounding political blunder solidifying his place in US history as a one-termer, Barack Obama announced Friday proposed restrictions on smog and the health of Americans are not as important as corporate polluters and bickering Republicans.

Canada: Liberal party agrees to delay leadership vote for 2 years

Ottawa - Canada's federal Liberal party will wait two full years before choosing its next leader in order to give the party time to rebuild and avoid extinction within the Canadian political landscape.

Texas gov Perry now has ‘serious thought’ on presidency

New York - With the nation’s first GOP presidential candidate debate now in the books, Texas’ Republican Governor Rick Perry said on Tuesday he is now giving the idea of a White House run “some serious thought,” an elevation from thinking about it.

Op-Ed: Mid-East Thought Leaders Need to Address Followers

Jerusalem - As one experiencing -- and sharing here -- the too-easy disunion in the Middle East, I am not optimistic, yet must be hopeful, the many, deep divides can be bridged if thoughful leaders from the faithful to sporting preach tolerance and forgiving.

Assange given Sydney Peace Foundation’s top human rights award

London - The Sydney Peace Foundation awarded its Gold Medal on Tuesday to Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, for “exceptional courage in the pursuit of human rights,” and noted Wikileaks is "a new order in journalism."

Op-Ed: The new U.S. leadership, what does it mean?

We need immediate change and as speaker-presumed John Boehner pronounced, that change is to "reverse course" from the Obama Administration's failed experiment.

Philippine president Aquino enjoys highest trust ratings

Quezon City - Less than a month in his new position as president of the Philippines, opinion surveys conducted by the Philippines top polling companies show the newly elected president with the highest approval rating since 1999.

Op-Ed: Demoralizing America

America is shuddering in a struggle to shake off a recession, just as it is told the recession might morph into a depression.

Op-Ed: America Waits For Leadership

How can history be an accurate record when the elusive present is being recorded as wild distortions of reality by those entrusted with investigating and reporting it?

AFN leadership convention reveals split

The Assembly of First Nations is selecting a new leader after Phil Fontaine stepped down. A split was revealed when two of the five leadership potentates advocated greater autonomy from government while the remaining three advocate economic development.

Cuban-US relations up for review

Raul Castro met with a delegation of US officials, signalling a thaw in the chilly and contentious relations between the two neighbours.

Michael Ignatieff May Get Big Boost in Canadian Liberal Leadership Race

Michael Ignatieff is likely to get a big boost in the race for the leader of the federal Liberal party as four top Liberals are anticipate to give him their support.

New Brunswick MP Runs For Liberal Leadership

The race for Stephane Dion's replacement heats up as a New Brunswick Member of Parliament steps forward and tosses hat into the ring.

New Brunswick Liberals Urge Former Premier to Run For Leadership

New Brunswick Liberals are attempting to draft former premier Frank McKenna to seek the federal Liberal leadership as Dion has stepped down.

Op-Ed: Questioning Mats Sundin's Leadership Is Pointless

The cause celebre of the media and bloggers these days is to question the leadership of former Toronto Maple Leafs captain Mats Sundin. Funny, I thought we had buried this topic years ago.

Further Memory Loss Plagues Investigation into the Talman Inquiry

For the second day in a row, a police officer in the Taman inquiry (Winnipeg, MB) is having difficulty recalling events preceding the officer-involved fatal traffic accident in 2005. Thursday's focus was on alcohol consumption by the officer involved.

'I don't recall,' Says Former Winnipeg Area Police Chief in Ongoing Inquiry

In a stunning case or severe memory loss, former Police Chief Harry Bakema, has great difficulty recalling events directly after a fatal crash that involved a fellow officer. Although Bakema headed the investigation, his recall of details are sketchy.

Op-Ed: Learn Leadership, play games online - New business management revelation

Here it is, the cultural breakthrough you’ve been waiting for: People can learn leadership skills playing games like Warcraft. Seems the business world is in need of a good leadership training method (No! Surely not!) and this is it.

Castro May Retire While Retaining Advisory Role

Cuban president Fidel Castro hinted in a letter today that he may retire from public office while retaining an advisory role on key issues as elder Statesman for the Cuban government.

Iranian polls to test Ahmadinejad

Iranians are set to vote in two elections seen as the first test of public support for President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad since he came to power.

Breaking News: Alberta Leadership Race First Round Results

A second round will be needed as Jim Dining came out clearly in lead but far off the 50% needed. Close behind iin second place, as expected, s far-right grass-roots candidate Ted "Snortin'" Morton.
 

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"The Leadership Secrets of Colin Powell" by Oren Harari, published by McGraw Hill (2002)
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Michael C. Hall entertains the guests in between speakers
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Mike Farnworth, B.C.NDP leadership contestant.
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The faces of Iowa's next generation of leaders shine with hope on the Silicon Prairie
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The faces of Iowa's next generation of leaders shine with hope on the Silicon Prairie
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The faces of Iowa's next generation of leaders shine with hope on the Silicon Prairie
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