What if unethical behaviors emitted a visible indicator? That’s the premise of a great book I just finished, Smoke by Dan Vyleta. Set in Victorian-era
Nothing like some public recognition to get the blood pumping. In this case, I’m talking about my little ‘ol parable, Cape, Spandex, Briefcase: Leadership
Why does a leader act unethically? Are they pervasively corrupt? Do they lack a moral foundation? Are they generally depraved? If people were so predictable
Whenever I watch a Tarzan movie or read one of the many books, there is always a part of me that wonders why the antagonist doesn’t just leave Tarzan alone.
On your ascend towards the upper echelon of management, there is an X-factor that is rarely discussed, but vitally important—your people skills.
I’m honored to be featured in the most recent Talent Management magazine. The following is an excerpt from the interview. Special thanks to Lauren Dixon
There’s this great scene in the Hunger Games (Catching Fire) where Katniss and Peeta are speaking at each of the twelve districts as part of their “Victory Tour.
Growing up, I was a big fan of Dr. Seuss books – I Wish I Had Duck Feet and Green Eggs and Ham were personal favorites. My interest was renewed once I had kids.
In a few weeks we revisit the world of Jurassic Park. This blockbuster movie/book trilogy introduced the challenges associated with starting a dinosaur zoo.
Last week, leadersayswhat celebrated its first year. With approximately 185 articles and over 1,500 subscribers, I am humbled and appreciative to everyone