Author: frederic sealey

A Monger Among Us

A Monger Among Us By Zachary Simmons Haverhill Voyaging across the cold, choppy Atlantic Ocean from England to New Hampshire in the 1600s could take upwards of three arduous months. With the first New Hampshire settlement at Pannaway (a marsh-filled area of land now referred to as Rye) spreading to Northam (known today as Dover), … Continue reading A Monger Among Us

The problem with Business Ethics, and how to be more ethical

By Dustin Sartwell The biggest forms of human interaction all involve exchanging goods and services in one form or the other: business. However, from the conscious cradle of man transacting and communicating, there has been the need for better business practice and inter-person interactions in business. How do customers view my brand?How does my brand … Continue reading The problem with Business Ethics, and how to be more ethical

Conflict and Negotiation By Michael LaMarque

Conflict and Negotiation By Michael LaMarque Conflict and negotiation are key parts of management. All conflicts do not have to be negative. In “How Management Teams Can Have a Good Fight,” Eisenhardt, Kahwajy, and Bourgeois discuss how successful management teams grow from conflict without turning conflict into interpersonal issues. They discuss six common traits, the … Continue reading Conflict and Negotiation By Michael LaMarque

Cooperative games promote team building, confidence, and positive communication in high school students

Cooperative games promote team building, confidence, and positive communication in high school students By Aaron Dungca Needham Teacher Physical education in its unique open and dynamic structure plays a huge role in the overall educational process of children to adolescent to adult developmental maturity and lifelong physical activity knowledge skills.  Children in today’s society are … Continue reading Cooperative games promote team building, confidence, and positive communication in high school students