Dr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg on Leadership Lessons President Trump Can Teach Us

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Join us on June 8, 2019 at 11:30 a.m. at Takara Sushi located at[masked]th Avenue, Whitestone, New York to hear Dr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg speak on the topic of "Leadership Lessons President Donald Trump Can Teach Us."

Donald Trump is one of the most controversial presidents of all time. He is the most mysterious of political leaders. How did his background prepare him to become president? Others have dreamed of becoming president. He did it despite the opposition of the mainstream media and the political establishment from left to right. What lessons can the supporters of Trump learn to keep him in office? What lessons can the opponents of Trump learn how to kick him out of office? Learn how to apply and not apply the lessons of Donald Trump to your life and career.

The presenter is Dr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg, a college professor who has taught at various colleges in the New York area for the past twenty years. He has been a consultant to PBS on its presidential website. He is currently completing a book, entitled: “Lessons the Presidents Can Teach on Leadership,” which will be out before the end of the year.


While we will pass the hat, there is no mandatory donation. However, all attendees must purchase $10.00 in food and drink over the two hour period. There is street parking and a reasonably priced parking lot across the street. You can travel there by taking the Q15A bus out of Main Street, Flushing (7 Subway Line) (which will let you off on the corner of 150th Street & 14th Avenue) or by taking the Q76 bus from either the 165th Street Bus Terminal or from the subway station at Jamaica Avenue & 179th Street (you should get off at the corner of Cross Island Parkway & 150th Street & walk to 14th Avenue).

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