In this post we will look at a case study from the past in which a strategic approach to creating long-term conditions for economic prosperity and a democratic society was developed in the wake of the destruction of a totalitarian regime.
Author Archives: Susan Eisenhower
In a democratic society, what characteristics define a true leader? Since the individuals who hold leadership positions in our society are constantly changing, the imperative to develop leadership ability is even greater.
The Passing of an Era
As America mourns the death of former Senator Bob Dole, he is now counted among the recent passing of other giants of an earlier time. Though gone, they still tell us much about what has changed in our hyper-politicized country and what we should aspire to.
The Responsibility of Leadership
In this article, I will explore some case studies of the personal sacrifices made by many leaders I have known in order to move through great challenges.
Remembering An Original
Sunday, November 14, was the 125th anniversary of Mamie Eisenhower’s birth. She was her own person, as well as an Army wife and First Lady, a devoted grandmother and a never-ending source of love and support to her husband General and later President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
What IS it All About?
A joyride ride in the countryside poses the biggest question that faces this nation.
A New Season Cometh
It is never too late to learn that joy can be found in small things.
You Never Know What You Will Find
When it’s time to clean out your closets, you will be confronted with what you forgot to remember.
Don’t Look Away
Indifference and escalating violence may be caused by many things. At least one of them is fear.
Yes, Southwest, LUV Means Saying You’re Sorry
Trapped for hours in socially un-distanced chaos, Southwest Airlines leaves their passengers up in the air without a flight—or a contingency plan.