Monthly Archives: August 2014

To Whom Did You Give Power Today?

At Big Think today I wrote about the power we give to others who least deserve it. Happiness, success, and sense of self worth are influenced by dependence on others.   And so, we should choose wisely the people on … Continue reading

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On The Loss Of Robin Williams – The Anatomy of Humor

On Huffington Post I blogged today about the loss of one of the funniest men ever.  His passing stands in stark contradiction to the joy he brought.  And yet humor is a great healer.  Williams noted that in an interview. … Continue reading

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Learning Leadership from Warren Bennis

This past week my colleague Warren Bennis passed.  He was an exceptional scholar, a generous mentor, an excellent teacher and speaker, who taught by example and scholarship what it means to be a true leader.  Two paragraphs from the University … Continue reading

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