Leaders Concede. They Know It’s Not the End, Nor Is It a Sign of Weakness

So, that person’s refusal to concede the election has me thinking about leadership. Mine, the leaders I’ve encountered in the past, and those I’ve been privileged to work with recently. Self-reflection is really something. I think it’s a mark of maturity — especially when you can do it calmly, with an eye on improvement. Not, say, to … Continue reading Leaders Concede. They Know It’s Not the End, Nor Is It a Sign of Weakness

If a Felon Had Key Info That Could Aid the Fight Against Coronavirus, Should We Forgive Her?

It’s an interesting question, with long reaching implications into too many industries and areas to comfortably count. But brass tacks, people are dying right now due to the coronavirus. We’re in the midst of a global pandemic. If there is a woman who has something, anything, that could make a substantive difference in our fight … Continue reading If a Felon Had Key Info That Could Aid the Fight Against Coronavirus, Should We Forgive Her?