I can hear the jokes already and most of them are not politically correct. As we get ready to enter a holiday proclaimed as LABOR Day, we should look at work. Let me throw out a word that we often don’t attach to work. I think it is a word of redemption, of contribution, of achievement, of community, and ultimately, of legacy…. Read More»
From my research, I believe we want leaders whom we can readily connect with, trust their words, and believe in their commitment to a build a better future for more than the ‘chosen” and/or special interests.
I do believe there is a secret code—because if it wasn’t secret, we’d see more leaders using these straight-forward communication concepts…. Read More»
As of this month- July 2014, log on to Amazon and you’ll find 116,796 titles under the heading “Leadership”. But if you’re in too big of a hurry to read a book, open up the American Heritage Dictionary. A careful examination of the various definitions of “leader” presents a fascinating and brief explanation of great leadership…. Read More»
The Veterans Administration and General Motors currently sit center-stage for behavior that has ruptured the trust of customers and employees. But trust breaking goes on all the time—and not just with large hide-bound bureaucracies…. Read More»