It all comes down to the difference between a powerboat and a sailboat.
Powerboats take you where you want to travel. They’re predictable. Gas and go. You don’t have to pay
Sometimes one good book leads to another — or, in this case, to a whole series of books.
Last year I read The Positive Organization by Robert Quinn. Quinn mentions a deli in Ann
Darkest Hour is a fascinating historical drama that recounts Winston Churchill’s resolve against the Germans when most would have capitulated. From our perspective, appeasement seems incomprehensible, and victory against the Nazis inevitable.
There’s a hidden side to leadership that we don’t often talk about.
Take this quote, for instance:
“Leadership is disappointing your own people at a rate they can absorb.” (Ronald Heifetz
One of the greatest lessons I’ve learned in the past few years is about clarity. I agree with Will Mancini, self-proclaimed clarity evangelist, who says, “Clarity isn’t everything, but it changes