I appeared on FOX News Tuesday morning to offer commentary on the presidential campaign as well as my new book, Lessons in Leadership, and frankly, the lack of leadership in this race. In the segment I also touch on the question of media bias. Here’s how I see it… has there been some media bias in this campaign? Yes. I would say that Hillary Clinton’s email controversy, the WikiLeaks fiasco, the
I’ve held off on writing a Lessons in Leadership column in connection with the 2016 Presidential Campaign. Yet, it would be irresponsible of me not to write this one following the third presidential debate. Frankly, I’ve waited for all three debates to
As leaders, it’s important to proactively and consistently connect with others on a personal and human level, not only as employees or as paying customers, but as people who are a big part of our success. Consider the following actions you can take to have a more personal connection with those around you:
Hillary Clinton’s current lead in the presidential race has very little to do with Hillary Clinton or the kind of leadership she has demonstrated to date. Poll after poll shows that millions of Americans don’t see Hillary Clinton as trustworthy. I’m one of those Americans and what Clinton did this week in connection with her on-going email mess reinforces this untrustworthiness.