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Strong Leadership Delivers over $9 Million in Cost Savings

Strong Leadership Delivers over $9 Million in Cost Savings

The Ventura County Public Works Agency (VCPWA) was recently recognized at the Ventura County Management Council’s annual award luncheon for outstanding leadership and success in government and public service. Numerous VCPWA employees received awards and nominations from their peers within the County system. In distinction, VCPWA Director, Jeff Pratt, accepted the ‘Champion for Change’ Award, […]

The Ronald Reagan Student Leadership Program

The Ronald Reagan Student Leadership Program

The Student Leadership Program is open to students who will be in the 9th – 12th grade in fall 2020. The final deadline to register is April 30, 2020, but spaces are limited and fill up fast. Register today or nominate a student. REGISTER NOW NOMINATE Any questions about the application process can be directed to [email protected] […]

Reagan Leadership Summit Trailblazing and Bridge Building

Reagan Leadership Summit Trailblazing and Bridge Building

  Discover Your Leadership Journey at our popular student leadership event for college and high school students.    2019 Theme: TRAILBLAZING AND BRIDGE BUILDING Featuring innovative leaders who have forged their own paths   Join us for our highly anticipated event featuring keynote speakers whose infectious energy and passion for leadership will inspire your personal and […]

Emotional Intelligence and Neuroscience of Leadership

Emotional Intelligence and Neuroscience of Leadership

Are you as in control as you think you are? Do you know how you make decisions as a leader? Have you ever been surprised by friction around a decision you thought was a no brainer?  In this workshop, we will explore basic brain anatomy and the neurobiology of human decision making, and how we […]

GOP Leaders Propose to Halt Timeline for Potential Republican Victories After President Bush’s Death

GOP Leaders Propose to Halt Timeline for Potential Republican Victories After President Bush’s Death

HENRY RODGERS, Political Reporter Republican leaders in both the House and Senate decided to delay the timeline for crucial legislation they hoped on passing before 2019 following former President George H. W. Bush’s death Friday. The House of Representatives canceled votes for the week after Bush passed away, despite a possible government shutdown and a number of legislative […]

Another GOP Leader Calls For McConnell To Step Down

Another GOP Leader Calls For McConnell To Step Down

Republican Study Committee Mark Walker said Friday that it might be in Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s best interests to retire. “I think he’s a huge part of the problem,” Walker said. “There’s a growing consensus that would be very happy if the fine senator from Kentucky called it a career.” McConnell has had a […]

Commentary: Exclusive – Brent Bozell: The Slow Death of the Republican Party

Commentary: Exclusive – Brent Bozell: The Slow Death of the Republican Party

by BRENT BOZELL III The Grand Old Party is about to commit suicide.   All this talk about Trump this, and Trump that, masks a far bigger political controversy. The Republican Party leadership in Washington, D.C., has fundamentally betrayed its constituents and they are about to learn that they’ve been double-crossed — for years. Every Republican […]

Combat Leadership Training Event- Active Duty Military Discount

Combat Leadership Training Event- Active Duty Military Discount

The Oxnard Peace Officers Foundation will host a “combat” leadership training event next week. The proceeds will benefit the Oxnard Police Officers Memorial which honors the seven Oxnard Police Officers who have been killed in the line of duty. http://www.oxnardpoa.org/. Seldom appearing on the West Coast, U.S. Navy SEAL Jeremiah “JP” Dinnell will present this “highly […]

Science, engineering and leadership: Creating balance in a chaotic political and economic environment

Science, engineering and leadership: Creating balance in a chaotic political and economic environment

. By James E. Smith and Alex Hatch Many successful domestic and global companies and enterprises were started and driven by the visionary, problem-solving and leadership capabilities of technically trained founders and/or principals. Historically, those skills and entrepreneurial instincts came from advanced training and education, apprenticeship programs or even self-study. A large percentage of those […]

Ryan and McConnell Need to Go

Ryan and McConnell Need to Go

. By Michael Greer This morning Rush Limbaugh said there were 238 Republicans in the House and they only need 217 to repeal and replace Obamacare.  Although EVERY Republican ran on repealing Obamacare, Rush said there are 40 or 50 Republicans who don’t want to repeal or replace it.  He is doubtful it will be […]

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