Tag: leaders

It’s not about the money! |Reblog

Stewart Smith over at LinkedIn posted a nice list of ways to appreciate employees. I’ve taken and modified it a little bit because I think it’s a list that needs to be passed around (and because my desktop publishing days left me obsessive about formatting)… Continue Reading “It’s not about the money! |Reblog”

Freedom to Lead a la Lee Ellis

Lee Ellis was a POW in Vietnam. I’ve read a lot about the Vietnam war, the POWs, and the whole era. I’m not particularly sure why I’ve had an enduring interest in this conflict, but there it is.  I first read of Lee Ellis… Continue Reading “Freedom to Lead a la Lee Ellis”

Sunflower or Mushroom?

Knowledge is power. Information is power. The secreting or hoarding of knowledge or information may be an act of tyranny camouflaged as humility. ~Robin Morgan Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Transparency? | Fast Company | Business + Innovation. In short, the… Continue Reading “Sunflower or Mushroom?”

When a Mistake is not a Mistake

The scandalous downfall of a public figure is nothing new. During the past few years, the rogues’ gallery includes cyclist Lance Armstrong, golfer Tiger Woods, former Congressman Anthony Weiner, former CIA Director David Petraeus, former Presidential candidate John Edwards, and former Governors Eliot Spitzer,… Continue Reading “When a Mistake is not a Mistake”