Monthly Archives: November 2012

To do, or to be, that is the question

The idea that we spend much of our time defining ourselves by what we do rather than who we are has been around for a while.  We call ourselves human beings, but we are more like human doings.  We devote … Continue reading

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Doing the right thing – even when no one is watching

Doing the right thing even when no one is watching, can, perhaps be taken as a definition of ethics.  It is also the basis for sustainable success and happiness. We arrived at a point of inflection in the 90’s where … Continue reading

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It’s the people, stupid

Leadership is about people, always about people.  It is not about having the best strategy, or the best vision or even the best solutions.  It is about connecting with people.  If a leader also has the best strategy, vision and … Continue reading

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