How To Spot A Judgmental Jerk

How To Spot A Judgmental Jerk 

The expression of critical, condemning or disparaging opinions of other’s viewpoints (being judgmental) should not be confused with stating a principled and informed position on an issue (a judgment).

Making a judgment implies that the evidence on both sides of an issue has been made in order to compare the merits of each, and to decide where the truth lies. [Read more…]

Authentic Leadership

Authentic Leadership 

Would you tell the truth to your competitors? Why or why not?

Honesty is a value that many leaders aspire to embrace, and if that were true of you, how would you answer this question?


Must you tell the truth in every situation, or is it important to consider and accommodate the needs of different constituencies, audiences and stakeholders such as General Counsel and CFO, Chairman of the Board, investors, operations managers across the country, competitors, employees, customers, intimates, children, spouse? [Read more…]