About The Blog

Welcome to the Nu Leadership Revolution. “Nu” represents a change from the old ways of doing things. By following this blog, you will:

(a) learn how to survive at work even in a hostile environment,

(b) gain greater confidence in your ability to grow even as your organization is downsizing,

(c) discover the insight to go beyond your limitations by breaking the barriers of your self-doubt,

(d) share your own insights and solutions.  

Managers, change agents, and entrepreneurs who want to explore more professional opportunities, will learn more about ethics, leadership development, outsourcing, job change, and strategic foresight. Through this effort, we’ll be able to help support or strengthen our roles in society and the economy.

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  1. One of the toughest choices facing small businessmen today is whether to hire illegal immigrants. Stiff competition and increasing costs associated with hiring through legal channels makes this decision difficult every year. While the penalties are stiff, the competitive advantages can be huge. The money an employer could save by not paying social security taxes, unemployment insurance, and health care premiums could make the difference when bidding on potential jobs. While every legal employee must make the government mandated minimum, illegals will often work for significantly less. Since this combines what the employer is willing to pay and what the worker is willing to work for, it is an accurate representation of what the work is worth to both of them. Artificially inflating this number by government decree means the employer will have to raise the price he charges for his services, thus causing the price of everything to rise.

    This shows doing the right thing becomes harder with every governmental interference in the marketplace. If our leaders want to help small businessmen, they will reduce or eliminate the minimum wage which in turn will reduce the bureaucratic burden and allow small businessmen to run the business they know best.

  2. Hello,

    I am Emily Jones and I am a member of some financial communities. I just visited your site ( http://nuleadership.wordpress.com/ )and trust me you are doing a good job for your site. I read some of the articles of your site and I really found them worth reading. The quality of your content is excellent. It will help you to earn extra value from Google.

    After seeing this, I would like to do something for your site and that is for FREE!!. I love to write financial articles and I would like to contribute something for your site if you’ll give me the permission. I can give you an original guest post and I assure you that it will be published only in your site.

    Please let me know your thoughts. Waiting for your positive reply. Reach me at: emily.jones025@gmail.com

    Thanks and Regards
    Emily Jones

  3. Hi,
    I have more than 50 finance sites.

    I am interested to do a guest post submission in your site:http://www.thegovmonitor.com . My content will be unique.

    In return, if you want to place the article of yours to my finance sites I can do that for you. This mutual content exchange will help our web sites to get new visitors. It will be mutually beneficial for both of us.

    Thanks and Regards,

    Sophia Gaine
    Web master, Seo Analyst, SMO & Content Writer

    • Hi Sophia,

      Thanks for your interest! We are always looking for guest bloggers that bring value to our readers.
      I would love to provide content to your website. You can do an RSS feed, subscribe, or I can email you an article.
      Email me what you want to propose to daryl.green@lmunet.edu. I also need to see a bio indicating your expertise on this subject.

      Respectfully,
      Dr. Daryl Green

  4. Wow very great site!

  5. One of the toughest choices facing small businessmen today is whether to hire illegal immigrants. Stiff competition and increasing costs associated with hiring through legal channels makes this decision difficult every year. While the penalties are stiff, the competitive advantages can be huge. The money an employer could save by not paying social security taxes, unemployment insurance, and health care premiums could make the difference when bidding on potential jobs. While every legal employee must make the government mandated minimum, illegals will often work for significantly less. Since this combines what the employer is willing to pay and what the worker is willing to work for, it is an accurate representation of what the work is worth to both of them. Artificially inflating this number by government decree means the employer will have to raise the price he charges for his services, thus causing the price of everything to rise.
    +1

  6. This is really interesting, You’re a very skilled blogger. I have joined your rss feed and look forward to seeking more of your magnificent post. Also, I have shared your website in my social networks!

    • Andrew,
      Thanks for visiting our blog. Hope that it has a value.
      Please feel free to contribute!
      Dr. D. Green

  7. Many thanks for this article. I will also like to talk about the fact that it can be hard while you are in school and just starting out to create a long credit standing. There are many learners who are just simply trying to survive and have a lengthy or good credit history can occasionally be a difficult issue to have.

  8. The banking industry is dealing with the aftermath of the mortgage bubble. The government and banks both played a role in the mortgage bubble. However, banks became the scapegoat with little scrutiny place on the government’s role. The economic impact of bearing the brunt of the financial crisis has been devastating to the financial industry. Approximately 450 banks have failed since 2008. On July 21, 2010, President Barack Obama signed into law financial reform legislation, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank Act). The Dodd-Frank Act addresses more than mortgage reform. In fact, a large portion of “consumer protection” regulations have impacted how banks earn revenue. According to Gogoi (2012) “regulatory rules since 2009 have also curtailed traditional bank fees, costing them billions of dollars.” The banking industry is evolving. The bottom line is banks have three options: find a way to do more and more with less staff, merge with another bank, or sell.
    Gogoi, P. (2012, March 01). Even after backlash, banks quietly pursuing fees. Knoxville News Sentinel. Retrieved Oct 06, 2012, from http://www.knoxnews.com

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    • Chung,

      Thanks for your feedback! We seek to make serious contributions to the growth of emerging leaders.
      Hope you will come back!
      Dr. Daryl D. Green

  10. Great blog you have here.. It’s difficult to find excellent writing like yours these days. I really appreciate individuals like you! Take care!!

    • Clinton,

      Thanks for the feedback!
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      Dr. Daryl D. Green

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    • Augusta,

      Thanks for your feedback! We are striving to better assist our readers.

      Dr. D. Green


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