The US presidential cycle calls into question whether long-espoused leadership qualities are actually important, writes Susan Fowler. These qualities include humility, apologizing and telling people the truth, even if it’s not what they want to hear.
People are more likely to follow leaders who are competent, humble and possess strong character, Dan Rockwell writes. Leaders who exude negativity or who shirk responsibility are less likely.
Discontentment is present almost everywhere, whether in politics, workplaces, the economy or culture, writes Jon Mertz.
It’s Monday morning and already your work plate is completely full! Quickly, more and more to-do’s get added on. New requests coming in via email, phone ringing off the hook, voicemails unanswered, and important deadlines are looming. How will you get anything done today? Where do you start?
Unitus Community Credit Union is pleased to announce the hiring of Fehrer who is responsible for the strategic technology strategy…