Tag Archives: leadership
Okay, America. We can all see where this is going. The question is: Whose side are you on? The persevering, no-nonsense Mother Abigail … or the overly florid but eerily compelling Randall Flagg? The former was born and bred in … Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce the publication of my latest book, The Greats on Leadership: Classic Wisdom for Modern Managers. It will be released in early May wherever books are sold. Reserve your copy today, and read on for details … Many … Continue reading
“What does that sign say?” I could hear the tension in my mother’s voice as she peered through the windshield of our tiny car at the large road sign, written in Spanish and framed by a fringe of icicles that … Continue reading
Yesterday, my daughter, husband, and I returned from college trip No. 2. E. is a rising high-school senior and in the grip of her obsessive parents, who are insisting that she visit every college to which she might apply. … Continue reading
“Hard words are very rarely useful. Real firmness is good for everything.” –Alexander Hamilton June 1993: Amy and I were designing a training workshop. We both worked for a leadership development firm, and the particular program we were building … Continue reading
My father-in-law, Guy, had an interesting encounter back in 1938 with film star Mickey Rooney. The story got me thinking about a key blind spot for leaders–and how to avoid it. Read more here, in my latest post for Linked2Leadership.com.