More and more we must endure fights between leaders with few facts from either, in what’s billed as debate yet illustrated as brawls. It happens in US politics and also among Canadian leaders. Why lead with insults to the other side and miss innovational opportunities on ours? Sadly the brain… Read more »
Have you wondered why some organizational or political leaders appear incapable of leading across differences? Why do demands for partisan preferences or emphasis on personal gain tend to supersede leading ethics and non-partisan benefits that would improve life for those we lead? The answer to this pervasive leadership problem is… Read more »
If you’re ready to slog past politics, side-step broken systems, or look beyond self-serving leaders who let us down daily, read on … The best solution to leaders who lose our trust, is your leadership and mine. When we lead with care, we courageously propose possibilities for all. We move… Read more »
Problems today typically trigger denial from business owners and an increasing number of lawsuits from clients. No wonder business grinds to a halt for so many upstarts – yet it doesn’t have to be that way. Just as I teach leadership MBA students, and as we see and experience excellence… Read more »
How does the brain move from gridlock to greatness?
Some say wisdom’s locked securely inside sacred books. Others claim the wise represent few folks only after lifelong struggles. I say wisdom’s a bit like hitching your wagon to a distant star. It tethers the best leaders’ abilities, looks to lofty visions beyond self, and uses shared talents to trek… Read more »
Today President Obama won the Nobel Peace prize for worldwide efforts to communicate peace rather than launch wars against people who differ or disagree. When conflict strikes war and peace vie for solutions. Politicians rarely tame their amygdalas and so it’s no surprise that they frequently choose war to resolve… Read more »