Category Archives: Professional Development

Enabling Failure in Institutions

By | November 8, 2023

[November 8, 2023]  We’ve all seen supervisors who give excuses for employees who are failures in their jobs.  Like the alcoholic whose family enables the alcoholic’s drinking behavior, leaders are also enabling failure in other leaders. Whatever the reason or excuse, there is an emerging trend in U.S. institutions where leaders fail to take quick, effective action to… Read More »

American Youth are Rejecting Mentorship

By | August 29, 2023

[August 29, 2023]  Much has been written (and will be written) about America’s youngest adult generation.  Subjects discussing our youth are many, for good and for bad, but something is going overlooked.  We are beginning to notice that they reject mentorship from leaders.1 Mentorship is, of course, the most effective and efficient way to improve life and leadership… Read More »

Failure of the Titan Submersible & Woke Thinking

By | June 24, 2023

[June 24, 2023]  We now know the Titan submersible operated by OceanGate Expeditions experienced a “catastrophic implosion,” killing all five aboard her, including the now-deceased CEO Stockton Rush. But the Woke Ideology of Mr. Rush, believing he was being “innovative” and “inspirational” by removing old white, experienced men from his team who objected to poor safety protocols, led… Read More »