Don’t Blame Brené Brown For The Vulnerability Craze

Don’t Blame Brené Brown For The Vulnerability Craze

The word vulnerability is used and bandied about in a manner that assumes it is a universal good. It isn’t. When a leader is vulnerable in a way that is honest and appropriate, it is powerful and often constructive but, when vulnerability is not mediated by boundaries...
Three Deadly Unconscious Decisions

Three Deadly Unconscious Decisions

Most people think they make rational decisions and sometimes they do. Decisions, for most people, most of the time are based, in part, on facts and reason and in part on emotion and biology. Successful people, in particular, point to their success as evidence for...
Why Leaders Ignore Strategic Risk

Why Leaders Ignore Strategic Risk

Businesses leaders are often sure about what they need; sometimes they are right. The best leaders have ways to check themselves and especially, their assumptions. They know that ignoring risks, even those that are vague, seem small or unlikely to cause harm, can be...