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Weak Leadership Always Backfires

By | March 15, 2021

[March 15, 2021]  The historical evidence is in, and it is unequivocal.  Weak leadership inevitably produces  criticism against whatever it produces.  In the examination of weak leaders – from the military to politics – we see an emerging pattern.  Weak leadership always backfires. Weak leaders such as British PM Neville Chamberlain and French PM Édouard Daladier, signers of… Read More »

The False Hero

By | March 14, 2021

[March 14, 2021]  The story of Cinderella is a well-known folk tale about cruelty and triumph.  A young woman, Cinderella, is living in appalling circumstances when suddenly her fortune changes but not without one big problem.  Cinderella’s two stepsisters are an obstacle when they try to subvert the prince, looking for the one who fits the glass slipper. … Read More »

Taking the Guidon

By | March 11, 2021

[March 11, 2021]  Guys my age grew up on old Western movies.  The plots were usually the same; a wagon train headed West gets attacked by Indians, and the U.S. Army Cavalry comes to the rescue.  There was plenty of action as the cavalry chases off the attackers.  Always present with the troopers was the red and white… Read More »

Leadership Landmines

By | March 7, 2021

[March 7, 2021]  Leadership is about finding the right path and keeping to it.  But, leaders are still prone to step on landmines that symbolically blow up along their way.  Despite a successful career, how could it be that so many leaders slip and fall anyway? I’ve stepped on these same leadership landmines, and so have many of… Read More »