Re-reading my ‘happy birthday’ letter to my 16 yr. old daughter the other day not only made me feel nostalgic but also a slight tinge of fear mixed with wonder. Did I raise her well enough? Did I tell her… Continue Reading →
If someone were to ask you what the single most important leadership trait is, what would you say? Would you say it is honesty? Respect? Accountability? Communication? Intuition? Commitment? Vision? Confidence? Ethical or Moral standards? Mindfulness? I can remember a… Continue Reading →
Last post I indicated that trust just might be the most important commodity that you can own. It takes a long time to build and a moment to break. But I also know that sometimes situations and even more importantly, people, can be re-built. They can be restored, they can be redeemed.