A confrontation — who you are vs who you think you are. What’s next for the disgraced governor? A Persian philosopher suggests an answer.
Two coaches bring integrity into the shadow of the Capitol.
Strong leaders learn to separate facts from perception. While decisiveness can certainly be a critical skill, it can also drive us to action based on our perceptions and not on the facts. Curiosity and creativity are much better skills for effective leadership – and effective living – than mere decisiveness.
A Rhode Island teenager inadvertently reveals the Kingdom of God.
Courage and character in action
One newsmaker tells when being a crook is preferable to being an honest leader. How important IS honesty?