Yesterday I felt a strong urge to clearly articulate what Character-Based Leadership means to me. As I wrote it I thought of: Leaders that create beautiful symphonies by unleashing the differences and strengths of others. Leader that inspire us all to lead at a higher level. Leadership decisions that make my blood boil. People I am currently serving […]
The Flip-Flopping "Leader" - Saying one thing and doing another. Creating confusion, chaos and and an unhealthy future for all...
Chery Gegelman's insight:
I absolutely agree with the quote below from Craig Malkin PhD,
"Please, for everyone's sake, stop making politicians worried, on either side, that changing their minds when they have new information will be viewed as a weakness. Ditch the reflexive and empty attacks on "flip-flopping." When someone gives careful reasoning behind changing their position, it's not weakness; it's strength. It's called thinking."
However, when people flip-flop because they haven't done their homework, and are simply avoiding conflict they create chaos and confusion.
The post below was written to encourage you to take a close look and decide. Wise Leader or Flip-Flopper?
The International Day of Peace is Monday September 21. And I’m so ready to talk about what we can do to heal our organizations, communities, nations and world – instead of continuing to feed the fires that divide us. Yes – Conflict is messy, painful and destructive! When it appears in our personal lives, it is tempting […]
Chery Gegelman's insight:
The International Day of Peace is Monday Sept 21st.
I have been a proponent of the importance of leaders developing strengths as a means to improve toward excellence. After all, the best leaders are characterized by the presence of strengths, not the absence of weakness.
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