Monthly Archives: June 2021

Courage Comes in Many Forms

By | June 27, 2021

[June 27, 2021]  I live in a relatively rural area of Southern New Jersey.  It is where you can feel safe walking in a local park and watch children playing on the playground.  But the number one issue is exploding crime.  The number two issue is the decline of our school system and its infection by Critical Race… Read More »

Stepping into a Leadership Mess

By | June 26, 2021

[June 26, 2021]  Earlier this month, I wrote a book review of Fighter Pilot: The Memoirs of Legendary Ace Robin Olds.  Today, I’ll be highlighting some of Robin Olds’ thoughts about how to improve your situation when given a leadership mess. Leaders interested in improving their organizations are often assigned positions where things are bad, sometimes very bad. … Read More »

Signing Off for a Few Days

By | June 15, 2021

[June 15, 2021]  I’ve written articles every day for almost eight years and enjoyed every moment of doing so.  But with a pile of grandkids coming to my home for a week, I’m signing off for a few of those days.  I’ll be back with an attitude to drive home the point that leadership is sorely needed in… Read More »