As I was driving down a busy street in St. Paul last week, I noticed among the preponderance of political yard signs that one stood out. In large letters, it simply said "JUST VOTE."
Updated: October 28, 2012, - 05:51 PM
It's election season, and one of the greatest privileges we have in America is selecting our own leaders. While we might have widely varied opinions of who should win, the fundamental characteristics of good leadership remain constant.
Updated: October 21, 2012, - 09:10 PM
The old cartoon strip character Calvin, from "Calvin and Hobbes," once said the difference between him and the rest of the world was, "Happiness isn't good enough for me! I demand euphoria!"
Updated: October 14, 2012, - 04:10 PM
"Trust flows from individuals, not organizations." That's the best summary I can provide of David Horsager's new book, "The Trust Edge: How Top Leaders Gain Faster Results, Deeper Relationships and a Stronger Bottom Line."
Updated: October 07, 2012, - 03:34 PM
Ken Blanchard believes corporate America is in desperate need of a different leadership role model. And I couldn't agree more.
Updated: September 30, 2012, - 05:47 PM
I hate to lose.
Updated: September 23, 2012, - 05:55 PM
There's an old saying that you can't judge a book by its cover. Otherwise, you might wonder what on earth Brandon Steiner is writing about in his terrific new book, "You Gotta Have Balls."
Updated: September 16, 2012, - 03:58 PM
When I am interviewing potential employees, one of the traits that I look for is confidence. I'm not referring to hubris or arrogance, but someone who understands his or her ability and is not afraid to use it.
Updated: September 09, 2012, - 03:52 PM
Last week, I told you about the remarkable athletic performances I witnessed at the London Olympic Games. My wife tells me that it's a good thing the Summer Olympics are held only every four years, or I would have to quit my day job to keep up with the events!
Updated: September 02, 2012, - 03:58 PM