Category Archives: Leadership

Moral Cowardice: Twitter Senior Executives

By | January 4, 2021

[January 4, 2021]  There is a wise saying that goes something like this, “Censorship reflects a lack of self-awareness in the agent.” Over the past several years, social media companies have been exercising censorship over speech with which they disagree.  Those who censor the ideas of others are themselves practitioners of moral cowardice. “When you tear out a… Read More »

Leader Don’ts #7:  Fear Success in Others

By | December 22, 2020

[December 22, 2020]  Like many who grow up regularly competing in sports, we often experience the thrill of victory and “the agony of defeat.”  Competition in the world of sports habitually means competing with our fellow teammates, not just the other team.  Fortunately, we quickly learn about sportsmanship and are rarely threatened by the success of others. But,… Read More »