911, the Media and Human Trauma – It’s Complicated

I teach a psychology course, Trauma, Abuse and Recovery,  in which we discuss both personal trauma and more public, large-scale traumas like natural disasters.  In addition to natural disasters of course are those made by… Read More

6 Strategies Sucessful Banks use When Lending to Nonprofits

Banks with troubled nonprofit portfolios are often in a tough position. Nonprofits typically operate on peril’s edge—tight cash flow and insufficient surplus to withstand late or decreasing revenue payments. Their very nature creates… Read More

Components of 360 Degree Workplace Culture

The purpose of my work is to use human resource and business operations expertise to create positive and quality workplace cultures.  In these ideal cultures, not only are company business goals more likely… Read More

Toxic Employees: Resistance to Positive Organizational Change

Context This article covers the situation of a typical, well-meaning company owner whose organization is harmed by the presence of one or more negatively motivated toxic employees.  The arguments offered here do not respond… Read More