In this series, I’ll share extracts of some of my favorite writing projects. It is my hope that the Leadership Development Book Series will inspire you to find fresh insight into how you might make a difference in our crazy, disrupted world....
Buckle up! You’ve been dealing successfully in your leadership development plan with the rapid global economic, technological, cultural, and moral shifts taking place. Now, the next stage, which will be at breakneck speeds, exceeds our expectations (Thanks to Capitalist Exploits, for this great graphic).
As Presidents, CEOs, and community and business leaders, how might we strengthen our leadership with solid, core principles during these times of exponential progress?
Above all, we need to teach our children that America is ultimately about freedom – freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of enterprise. And freedom is precious and needs to be protected. If anything served as a stark reminder of how easy it is...
In Millennials Matter: Proven Strategies for Building Your Next-Gen Leader, I include an entire chapter on the importance of being trustworthy as a leadership development skill. Being trustworthy and keeping our word is vital for a leader who strives to make a positive impact over the long haul.
As many of us have observed and/or lived first handed, the consequences of a poor leader whom you can't trust are profound.
Therefore, it is with great sadness that I recently read of a decision that the U.S. government made in 2013, where they give themselves permission to lie to the American people. What!!??