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Leadership Communication: Addressing a Gap in Leadership Development Programs

Leadership matters. Indeed, given the sheer annual investment in leadership development training, one must conclude that many organizations recognize the importance of leadership development to meeting organizational objectives. In fact, of the $60 billion dollar investment in training in 2012, nearly half of the training spend focused on leadership related training (ASTD, 2012). Of course, … Continue reading

Making Sense of Organizational Members’ Silence

Recently, the head of Veteran’s Affairs, Eric Shinseki resigned in the wake of the recent scandal where VA hospitals around the country faked patient wait time data (Good, 2014). Shinseki, addressing the National Coalition of Homeless Veterans, remarked on the scandal (“Secretary Shinseki on Homeless Veterans,” 2014): I was too trusting of some and I … Continue reading

Literacy at the Interface: A Study of Workplace Literacies for Communication Educators – A Research Proposal

The rapid diffusion of information and communication technology in this first decade of the 21st century is remarkable for both its pace and impact on nearly every aspect of society. The world has changed dramatically and the revolution in information and computing technologies, or ICTs, has transformed economies, governments, businesses, educational institutions, politics, science, religion, … Continue reading

At the Union of Citizens, Media, and Democracy: An Examination of Exposure to Political Difference on Social Network Sites

“If the opinion is right, they are deprived of the opportunity of exchanging error for truth; if wrong, they lose what is almost as great a benefit, the clearer perception and livelier impression of truth produced by its collision with error” (Mill, 1859, p. 36) It is a generally accepted principle that a well-informed public … Continue reading

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