When leadersayswhat began five years ago, its purpose was to promote positive leadership. We wanted a medium to publicize the extensive amount of research
Recently, I’ve been thinking about trauma. There seems to be a lot of it and no one can say when we’ll near the end. As a result, many of us, me included
My sister recently gave me Howard Stern’s new book, Howard Stern Comes Again. There was no occasion; we’ve always bonded over his show and she wanted to
I’ve always been a fan of the show, The West Wing. Twenty years ago, this political drama introduced me to a degree of governmental interest that I’ve
Do ethics matter? This may seem like an obvious question, but there are a few national leaders who don’t seem to be encumbered by moral dilemmas.
I was recently working with a client who drafted a leadership development program that was guaranteed to drastically improve the caliber of the managerial team.
Whenever someone on my team sends me a draft of an email, speech, poster, or any other form of communication, I find myself helpless to the urges of editing.
From an early age, we are taught not to stereotype others. Often grouped with prejudice, racism, and sexism, there is a negative stigma associated with
I recently spent some time in a doctor’s office (nothing serious, thankfully). As you know, this is rarely an expedited affair so I had plenty of time
It’s once again the Thanksgiving season—time for food, family, and another attempt to justify why your leadership practices must include a healthy dose of gratitude.