Category Archives: Values

Happy Thanksgiving to Leadership Readers

By | November 24, 2016

[November 24, 2016]  The cornucopia of plenty is symbolic of abundance and nourishment; originating from classical antiquity and commonly associated with the Thanksgiving holiday in America.  It may not seem like it after such the recent divisive political campaigns but the world has experienced the greatest level of peace and prosperity in the history of humankind. There are… Read More »

Are Characteristics of Military Leaders Different?

By | October 14, 2016

[October 14, 2016]  I’ve been asked this question many times and the answer is, of course, “no” … the characteristics of military leaders are the same as all other leaders.  To some of my friends, they were a bit surprised by my answer because, like many people, they are confusing leadership style with leadership characteristics. This may only… Read More »

USA: A Divided Nation

By | August 18, 2016

[August 18, 2016]  I’ve been meaning to write about this subject for some time now but haven’t quite figured out how to approach it without sounding too pedantic.  The United States is a divided nation; one that witnesses a divisiveness in its rhetoric, behavior, laws, and customs … ever more so daily.  Divisions are growing and our political… Read More »

Core Values: United Way

By | May 23, 2016

[May 23, 2016]  One of my goals here at blog is to highlight successful organizations through their core values.  I like to show that core values are an integral part of doing good things for all people.  In the case of The United Way, despite their tremendous fundraising success, the organization has not always lived up to… Read More »

Core Values: QVC

By | March 15, 2016

[March 15, 2016]  My wife is the one who educated me on QVC and how great their customer service was for her and her friends.  Any organization that I feature here in is one in which I have personal experience with at some level, although in this case less so.  Since so many have told me so… Read More »