Spontaneity in public speakingAugust 4, 2016
Last time, I closed the post with an appeal for more unscripted speeches, and for increased spontaneity in public discourse....00
On the retirement of Sir Alex FergusonMay 10, 2013
Of course, I had planned to start something completely different on the blog this week, but I have...
Cleaning up some “loose ends”April 26, 2013
This week and next, I will “close” on two subjects I have recently promised to return to. Today, I...
Margaret Thatcher and leading by autobiographyApril 19, 2013
My last post closed with the observation that Margaret Thatcher is the best example I have ever found of...
Thoughts on the passing of Margaret ThatcherApril 12, 2013
This week, I had intended to continue along the line of my previous post, about the debate around working...
How leaders use their stories of identityJanuary 18, 2013
People who read this blog, and many others, often send me stories. Of course, I am grateful for this,...
More on Howard Gardner, and Margaret Thatcher’s stories of identity:May 10, 2011
Last time, I wrote that it was Howard Gardner’s Leading Minds that got me started thinking about leaders and...
Leading by autobiographyDecember 24, 2009
While leaders may have varying styles, traits and behaviors, one pattern that I discovered relates to a concept I...