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Mollie Hemmingway

Senior Editor, The Federalist

Political commentator Fox News, CNN and MSNBC: on Robert’s HuffPost, “The New Religion: Destructive Escalation”

Blogs & Articles

Robert has published more than 150 columns, articles, white papers, and research studies on relationship. In addition to being a regular contributor at Huffington Post, his work has been published and discussed in Forbes, American Banker, Sales & Marketing Management magazine, The CEO Magazine, ABA Bank Marketing magazine, Computerworld, The Daily Beast, Business Week, The Dallas Morning News, Los Angeles Times, The Detroit News, The Indianapolis Star and in international publications including Sydney Morning News (Australia), European Financial Management Association (London) and Relational Thinking Network(Cambridge, UK).

Monopolies & Elitism: 5 Ways You Might Be the Elitist You Abhor

(T)he thing that worries me…Silicon Valley’s fundamental business model, I look at it like Monopoly…Google, Airbnb, Uber, Amazon. Monopolies mean you only have one place to sell…I don’t like this winner-take-all model, this Google model. John Landgraf, CEO, FX Kevin Durant to Join Golden State Warriors, headline NYT, July 4, 2016 Monopoly is a form – or more accurately a deformity – of relationship where power is not shared or distributed but amassed and hoarded by one side. The words “powerful elite” do not exist in a vacuum – they exist in relation to two other words: powerless, excluded. In an age where we talk incessantly about the virtues of equality, local empowerment, engagement, free

Big Boy (Girl) Pants for Leaders: Three Keys to Redirecting Our Victim Culture

This is the power that’s taken away from that individual that did these acts…he thought he was going to generate a race war…now they have the victory…he has no power in this at all. -Pastor Thomas Dixon, Charleston, South Carolina, CNN 6/19/15 As the Confederate flag was lowered respectfully, permanently at the South Carolina Statehouse, a nation and the world were further reminded how victims of harrowing loss were transformed into empowered victors – rendering a ruthless persecutor impotent. Their actions have a name: it is called leadership and more specifically, relational leadership which asserts that constructive relationships are our single-most valuable possession and highest priorit

Are we victims of being victims?

Cheryl Hall at the Dallas Morning News analyzes Robert’s Huffington Post blog, “No Victims Leadership: The Road Out of Hell,” about how leaders and followers have taken on the role of victim and what leaders must do to break this cycle of “dueling entitlements.”

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