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In Erik’s case, “We do not always choose our mission, it chooses us.”
In LauraAnn’s case, “Changing latitudes meant walking towards my own self-actualization for a positive life experience.”
Visit the About page to review the first two Prudent based scholarship endeavors. The third work was dubbed, Leadership Style of Teddy Roosevelt: A Conversation on Current Egregious Corporate Behavior and How You Might React. Knowledge Without Boundaries (KWB) Virtual Summit. University of Phoenix.
LauraAnn and Erik presented at the 2020 11th Qualitative Report Conference: An Autoethnography of Two Scholars Who Developed a Framework on Prudent Leadership Using a Quote from President Theodore Roosevelt where they reveal the theory and practical application of their new book series.
LauraAnn and Erik presented at the 5th Annual Conference on Meaningful Living and Learning in a Digital World hosted by University of West Georgia. A conference based on humanizing education in the face of advancing technology.
iGen young adults (those born 2000 and later) and others who identify or work with social-cause issues/interests with a meaningful living approach aligned to personal and professional pursuits in an age of advancing technology.
The primary focus of this presentation is on meaningful self-leadership embodied in prudent decision-making using Theodore Roosevelt’s famous saying, “Do what you can with what you have and where you are at.”
Judeo-Christian values form the foundational philosophy for practical application in communications, working with others, and evaluating risk/reward decisions for personal and professional success.
Prudence is like the molecular structure of an atom: Opposites attract. Values and beliefs, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, influence decision-making. One person’s prudence is another’s provocation.
Join Erik Bean and LauraAnn Migliore as they present A Self-Assessment Model to Vet Published Information Bias to Help Maintain Civil Discourse
Join LauraAnn Migliore and Erik Bean as they present Reimagining Self-Leadership and the Phenomenon of One’s Person’s Prudence Being Another’s Provocation
Join LauraAnn Migliore and Erik Bean as they present Hindsight is 20/20: Prudent Advice to Self, if I Knew Then What I Know Now
Join Erik Bean and LauraAnn Migliore and as they present Everyone is Bias: But Can Everyone Fairly Assess Bias in Differing Viewpoints of Published Information?
Join LauraAnn Migliore and Erik Bean as they present Autoethnography of Two Scholars Whose Book on Prudence and the Authentic Self-Leadership Style of Theodore Roosevelt was Censored Due to COVID-19
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