Michael Brubaker

Education & Advise, National Education Association
Rapid City, SD, United States

About Michael

Languages

English

Areas of Expertise

public education, Arguing, Public Communication, Public and Media Relations, Rhetoric and Public Address

An idea worth spreading

Group Action gives Society its particular characterr and anything that changes the way groups got things done will affect society as a whole.

I'm passionate about

Interpresonal Relationships and Argumentation, Complex Problem Solving, Cooperative/Creative Collaboration and working for the legal rights of employees.

Talk to me about

The development of the organization to accomlish specific purposes, Power Relationships and the power to change status quo.

People don't know I'm good at

Gold Panning, Mass Media, Organizational Development, Visual Communications, Complex Problem Solving and Advocacy for Employees.

Comments & conversations

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Michael Brubaker
Posted over 2 years ago
Dan Pallotta: The way we think about charity is dead wrong
I enjoyed it. I have worked for non-profits for the past 35 years and understand the central problems about which you speak. However, with the attitude of our new and younger society, the concept of the non-profit, I'm afraid, is on its way out. We tend to preach to the choir. Thanks for the great words.
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Michael Brubaker
Posted over 2 years ago
Janine di Giovanni: What I saw in the war
It is a shame Mr. Donnell that you cannot allow this person to present to a person that has NO experience in this type of situation the opportunity to "live" for a moment the experiences she has had. I realized that you are much more knowledgeable than me and, in all probability, much more intelligent; however, I enjoyed the presentation. I feel sorry for you. I feel sorry in that you must be so analytical and will not allow yourself a bit of pathos through the viewing of this presentation. Perhaps you should return to your math or science text and allow some of us the ability to lose ourselves and enjoy a few moments of reflection.
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Michael Brubaker
Posted over 2 years ago
Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are
I have taught communications science for several years. As per the teaching of Plato and Aristotle, I have included body language as a type of said communication. This presentation is very interesting and it will have me to review my notes as far as including the inclulsion of visualization. Thanks,