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Introduction to Toxic Leadership – A Free Five Part Series

Empowering Refugee Immigrants: Alliant’s CSML ConsultEX Collaboration with Amna Sanctuary

The California School of Management and Leadership (CSML) Professional Development program (CPD) trains students to give back to minority-owned businesses and not-for-profits by engaging in planning, growth, marketing, and culture-related projects.  The CSML ConsultEX program at Alliant International University is proud to announce that our students have provided free consulting services to Amna Sanctuary, a nonprofit…

Eating the Apple Part 2: The Principles of God According to Man

Religion is a complex and ever-evolving concept that has been a central part of human culture for thousands of years. Throughout history, different cultures and societies have held different beliefs about the nature of God and the role that religion plays in our lives. In this blog post, we will explore some of the key…

Knowledge Is a Burden

Knowledge is a burden,It shrinks and erodes the magic,It withers and corrodes faith in the unseen.However, knowledge,Also, allows reason to triumph over emotion,It permits loves victory over hate,And it shows us that we are all the same,One race of humans who know very little. CB Scott 1/16/21

My Grandbaby Took His First Step

With all the craziness of 2020, it is vital to take a moment, here and there, to sit back and enjoy life. With the forced stay at home orders and Covid-19 disruptions, our lives have also come to a forced pause, a time to smell the roses if you will. One thing I will forever…


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About Me

Hi, I’m Cory. Previously an Executive Director and Operations Manager, I am currently a Professor at Cal Poly, Author, and consultant. I spend most of my time with my daughters, wife and grandson. After surviving some devastating leaders and toxic organizations I have developed a heart for ethical leadership. It is my hope to equip good leaders who can stand firm in the face of corruption and the vacuum of ethics that seems to be commonplace in many organizations today; from institutions of faith all the way to corporate America. Having walked through the fire, I have hope, and from this side of the equation, I see a path.

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