One newsmaker tells when being a crook is preferable to being an honest leader. How important IS honesty?
What do you do when the truth is painful? Embrace the Stockdale Paradox.
A spiritual lesson from “the man that no one will mourn.”
Doing the right thing is not the same as doing the good thing. Here’s why.
Openness is a necessary 21st Century virtue. Distinguish your preferences from your principles.
Integrity, as C. S. Lewis said, is what you do when no one is watching.
Or, as Anthony Fauci notes, when everyone is watching.
I discover ancestors who moved to Kansas in the 1800’s, when living was hard — and dying was strange. What’s in our histories — and our todays?!
Men are realizing that their “Executive Presence” can include tears. King David models what strong leaders today are embracing — vulnerability is a sign of strength.
Certainty can be dangerous! Here’s why “certain uncertainty” — or “not knowing, with confidence” — is the path to wise leadership.