Category Archives: Guest Writer

Shame on U.S. Army Leaders: by Army Vet

By | June 3, 2021

[June 3, 2021]  Army Vet writes to us today to warn us of the destruction of readiness in the U.S. Army and, by extension, all our Armed Forces.  He places the blame on the wussification of our military on the shoulders of weak senior military leaders. Good leadership is NOT about creating a safe environment where people feel… Read More »

4 Mistakes that Make a Leader Ineffective

By | May 22, 2021

75% of workers leave their positions because of poor supervisory management, making terrible supervisors the number one reason for employee termination. Why are there so many bad leaders? There are at least two reasons. First, many managers lack leadership skills. Management training was not provided to 58% of managers. Second, the majority of leaders believe they are better… Read More »

Can You Learn Leadership?

By | May 15, 2021

[May 15, 2021]  Can you learn leadership? This topic has concerned people since ancient times, but so far there is no clear answer to this question. Many people have different views regarding it. The reality lies somewhere in the middle! Leadership isn’t something you’re born with. If a person’s leadership ability is present at the outset, it can… Read More »

Hiring Lessons from Business Leaders – How You Can Make Recruitment Better

By | May 14, 2021

[May 14, 2021]  Getting the best talent is the top priority for organizations today because talent is scarce, and competition in the hiring landscape is daunting. If you fail to secure the best resources, your competitors will get them on board and leverage their skills and expertise to gain an advantage. Leaders within the organizations recommend going the… Read More »

How Can Leaders Ensure Workplace Success?

By | April 4, 2021

[April 4, 2021]  Having hundreds of expert employees won’t be enough if they don’t have anyone to look up to. A leader acts as an anchor point that keeps the organization or the team in sync. But not everyone possesses the qualities of being a leader? After all, the people must be keen to work under you if you… Read More »

Sabotage of the National Guard: by Army Vet

By | March 5, 2021

[March 5, 2021]  Army Vet writes to us today to alert us to sabotage being carried out against National Guard troops ordered to “protect the U.S. Capitol” and how both their military and civilian leaders categorically failed to do anything meaningful about it. Leadership is defined by results, not by intent:  I gotta go to British newspapers to… Read More »