Category Archives: Professional Development

Hold Your Opinion

By | January 6, 2019

[January 6, 2019]  There are many reasons leaders should express their opinion; especially when their expertise and knowledge is significant or where it would do the most good.  Our leadership training and a vast array of research suggests that an inherent duty of great leaders is to provide a thoughtful opinion.  However, counterintuitive advice advocates that as a… Read More »

The Chios Massacre: Learning from History

By | December 19, 2018

[December 19, 2018]  The teaching of history and its importance to understanding the human condition and as a way to improve our humanity has, unfortunately, been in decline for several decades.1  The lessons we can learn are beneficial and perhaps lost if we do not focus a renewed effort.  Today, I’ll highlight the Chios Massacre of 1822 as… Read More »