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Intellectual Helplessness in America: Thinking Clearly and Acting Rationally By Steven A. Danley
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Today’s America is divided on multiple destructive fronts. A disquieting transformation has rendered many of us helpless in successfully addressing the critical issues of our day. Whether we... More > recognize it or not, the nation is involved in a covert battle to claim America’s mind, heart, and soul. An elitist minority has surreptitiously targeted the philosophical foundations of our government, business, and moral-cultural institutions. From both sides of the political aisle, our country’s people are overwhelmed by the anxiety of uncertainty, incoherence, double standards, and hate. Author Steven A. Danley painstakingly illustrates how the United States has reached a tipping-point-era of intellectual helplessness. He identifies the myriad of ways we’ve refused, forgotten, or never been taught how to think critically and act rationally. Intellectual Helplessness offers a frank logistical look at the spiraling decay of one of America’s most important assets —the way we think.< Less
Intellectual Helplessness in America: Thinking Clearly and Acting Rationally By Steven A. Danley
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Today’s America is divided on multiple destructive fronts. A disquieting transformation has rendered many of us helpless in successfully addressing the critical issues of our day. Whether we... More > recognize it or not, the nation is involved in a covert battle to claim America’s mind, heart, and soul. An elitist minority has surreptitiously targeted the philosophical foundations of our government, business, and moral-cultural institutions. From both sides of the political aisle, our country’s people are overwhelmed by the anxiety of uncertainty, incoherence, double standards, and hate. Author Steven A. Danley painstakingly illustrates how the United States has reached a tipping-point-era of intellectual helplessness. He identifies the myriad of ways we’ve refused, forgotten, or never been taught how to think critically and act rationally. Intellectual Helplessness offers a frank logistical look at the spiraling decay of one of America’s most important assets —the way we think.< Less
Intellectual Helplessness In America: Thinking Clearly and Acting Rationally By Steven A. Danley
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Today’s America is divided on multiple destructive fronts. A disquieting transformation has rendered many of us helpless in successfully addressing the critical issues of our day. Whether we... More > recognize it or not, the nation is involved in a covert battle to claim America’s mind, heart, and soul. An elitist minority has surreptitiously targeted the philosophical foundations of our government, business, and moral-cultural institutions. From both sides of the political aisle, our country’s people are overwhelmed by the anxiety of uncertainty, incoherence, double standards, and hate. Author Steven A. Danley painstakingly illustrates how the United States has reached a tipping-point-era of intellectual helplessness. He identifies the myriad of ways we’ve refused, forgotten, or never been taught how to think critically and act rationally. Intellectual Helplessness offers a frank logistical look at the spiraling decay of one of America’s most important assets —the way we think.< Less
Management Diseases and Disorders: How to Identify and Treat Dysfunctional Managerial Behavior By Steven A. Danley & Peter Hughes PhD
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Organizational “insiders” Steven A. Danley and Dr. Peter Hughes explore the most common dysfunctions preventing managers from promoting healthy, vibrant, and sustainable workplaces in... More > this field manual written in the form of a medical encyclopedia. They identify toxic behaviors and cultures such as “managerial addiction,” which is identified by fixations on fame, power, money, adulation, and territory; “lack of shame,” which is the inability or diminished capacity of a manager/executive to feel embarrassment, disgrace, or ignominy for unscrupulous actions; and “inadequate knowledge of line operations,” which is defined by an inattention to and/or insufficient knowledge of daily operations.< Less
Management Diseases and Disorders: How to Identify and Treat Dysfunctional Managerial Behavior By Steven A. Danley & Peter Hughes PhD, CPA
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Praise for Management Diseases and Disorders “An inventive, imaginative, and beautifully crafted management guide… There’s real genius in this book… the authors’... More > ability to parse out the individual conditions is remarkable, as are their keen insights into each specific management problem… the descriptions are spot-on throughout…” — Kirkus Reviews “Danley and Hughes have crafted a business book that outshines others… A cleverly constructed, creative examination of modern-day business deficiencies… Danley and Hughes are incredibly adept at uncovering the conditions themselves and then making them come alive in descriptive, meaningful terms.” — Foreword Reviews (5 stars) “This is an excellent book, well written, insightful, clear and concise. Its authors are highly qualified.” — blueink review< Less

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