Political leader actions, words, and behavior: A content analysis of the Common Core debate

This study presents a model for understanding political leadership based upon the processes that influence and thereby shape political leaders’ types, as captured in their own words and behaviors on digital recordings, official documents, press releases, the media, and twitter on the public record.

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4 Ways to Debunk Political Rhetoric and Personal Agendas in Today’s Media

Today, more than at any time in our nation’s history, the people have the opportunity to turn off the noise and research their own issues, candidates and political parties. The American people now have the wherewithal to demand the news from credible sources from all mass media forms. Whether you get your news from television, […]

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Campaigns, Dirty Tricks & Election Engineering

Campaigning is tough business. It takes someone with a lot of inner strength, a lot of community connections and a bit of money to make a solid run for office. Those of us who run “grassroots campaigns” understand just how difficult the road is for those who play by the rules. Yet there exists a […]

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The Politics of Policy: How Leadership Influences Implementation

This is the Formal Proposition Paper provided to the Midwest Academy of Management. This document is a work in progress and as such is the copywritten property of Terri McCormick. Please write for permission to cite the document at cpg@mccormickdawson.com. We would like to know how you will be applying this work citation in your […]

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Terri McCormick to Appear on the 4th Street Forum on Wednesday, October 22nd

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd, 3pm: 4th Street Forum on the Road This Week In Collaboration with the Clausen Center for World Business Join the audience at Carthage College, Hedberg Labrary’s Niemann Theatre, 2001 Alford Park Drive, Kenosha, 53140 ELECTION 2014 CONTINUES Part1: “The U.S. Senate – A Shift in the Majority Ahead?” Part 2: “The Governor’s […]

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Political Personalities and Male Stereotypes

There are several theories and stereotypes of men in politics, just as there are with their women counterparts. Consider the following: THE NAPOLEON COMPLEX One could argue that the Napoleon complex, an insecurity born out of being “vertically challenged,” is a relevant political archetype that affects men—and perhaps some women—who serve in government. Napoleon, who […]

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A Comprehensive Review: What Sex Is A Republican?

What is the truth about politics in the United States? What can you do to make it better? Read this book and find out. Terri McCormick did what few politicians do. She wrote this a book to tell the truth and offer positive fixes for a broken system. There are many politician-written books on the […]

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Terri McCormick Appears on “The 4th Street Forum” MPTV Show

“Money Madness vs. Democracy” taped by the Public Broadcast System DEMOCRACY vs. MONEY MADNESS Big money – mysterious money – fuels expensive election campaigns. Do you like what you’ve been seeing and hearing? Who is behind the flood of cash and what does it mean for Wisconsin? With host ENRIQUE FIGUEROA, PhD, Director, Roberto Hernández […]

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6 Barriers to Women Running For and Serving In Public Office

Posted by Terri McCormick On March - 21 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
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According to the research conducted by the Barbara Lee Family Foundation, there are six identifiable barriers to women who aspire to serve in public office. From their publication Cracking the Code, “Political Intelligence for Women Running for Governor” (2004), these barriers are: Executive Leadership: Given the few examples of women chief executives in the public and private sectors, women candidates for governor must be able to demonstrate successful executive experience in order to win voter... more

Moving Forward with a Genderless Muscle

Posted by Terri McCormick On March - 4 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

Don’t think for a minute that I believe that only men are capable of this type of unethical behavior—far from it. Women follow just like men follow. The point is this: we don’t need followers! We need heavy lifters. We need those who aren’t afraid to engage in intellectual battle and who have poise under fire. And we need people who can provide one or more of the following attributes: Inspiration and communication — these are the necessary skills for getting things done. If people cannot... more

The Curve Ball: I Didn’t Anticipate This

Posted by Terri McCormick On February - 14 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
The Curveball

I never saw the angst and anger brewing in my political party’s front row or the curve ball that was to be thrown at me in 2006. THE CURVE BALL What I didn’t anticipate was the jealousy and pettiness that would surface from my own political party in 2006. I had met and discussed my race with Wisconsin’s congressional chairman, the dean of the congressional delegation in Washington and the state’s GOP chairman. All three individuals assured me that my race for Congress would be a fair one.... more

“MY TURN” Politics: A Story of Blocking

Posted by Terri McCormick On January - 29 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
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In the two years prior to my congressional run, I was focused on creating solid public policy for the constituents in my legislative district. I was honored to represent the Fifty-sixth House Assembly District, and I was focused on just doing my job. Many accolades in a variety of media sources were offered on the reforms I had led since I took office in 2001. In fact, the Small Business Administration in Washington DC wrote a letter to my legislative office, telling me that without my leadership,... more

Political Personalities and Male Stereotypes

Posted by Terri McCormick On January - 8 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
Napoleon

There are several theories and stereotypes of men in politics, just as there are with their women counterparts. Consider the following: THE NAPOLEON COMPLEX One could argue that the Napoleon complex, an insecurity born out of being “vertically challenged,” is a relevant political archetype that affects men—and perhaps some women—who serve in government. Napoleon, who was reported to have been five foot seven, was of average height in France in his day, but he was short when compared to his... more


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