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    West Indies cricket needs less cleverness, more wisdom

    Commentary by Dr Rudi Webster Just before the start of the 2012 IPL season, M.S. Dhoni captain of Team India told me, “Playing for your country should be your main motivating force but today you need to have a good income and livelihood. Only a few players have a professional […]

     
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    Time to reverse Windies’ decline

    Commentary by Dr Rudi V. Webster With a population of just over four million people, New Zealand has achieved the incredible feat of dominating world rugby for more than a hundred years. In a recent article, the New Zealand team was described as the Usain Bolt of rugby; perhaps the […]

     
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    How does the political brain work?

    Commentary, Features July 24, 2017 at 6:45 pm 0 comments

    Commentary by Dr Rudi V. Webster Through the years many evangelists have successfully copied the religious conversion techniques of the great 18th Century English evangelist John Wesley. Governments and politicians have also copied and modified these techniques to achieve their own objectives. Wesley understood how emotions changed beliefs, decisions and […]

     
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    Change in Leadership Style Needed

    Commentary, Features July 9, 2017 at 9:54 am 0 comments

    Commentary by Dr Rudi V. Webster Conscious of the bitter divisions in France, President Macron at the end of the G20 Summit in Hamburg said that polarization is a serious threat to cooperation, mutual trust, mutual respect and world peace. Like a malignant tumour, polarisation has spread worldwide and is […]

     
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    Conflicts: New Thinking Needed

    Commentary, Features June 22, 2017 at 9:46 am 0 comments

    Commentary by Dr Rudi V. Webster In today’s complex and rapidly changing world, the need for good leadership and the efficient management of diversity and interdependence have become extremely important. This hybrid of factors promotes harmony, teamwork and operational intelligence; its absence leads to adversarial thinking, conflict, and substandard performance. […]

     
 
 
 
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