Monthly Archives: January 2017

Why Character Matters in Our Leaders

 Character is destiny -Heraclitus, 2500 years ago: When we admire leaders as having “good character”, we are referring to their essential moral nature as it is typically expressed through their personality or behavior. In this section, we will also use … Continue reading

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Finding The Good Life

Written by Cedric Johnson, Ph.D and Kristine MacKain, Ph.D If we were to ask: “What does it mean to live the good life?”, many of us would immediately think, “financial security”. However, once that need is satisfied, and even if … Continue reading

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Be the Adult in the Room

When we tell someone to “grow up” it is usually in response to one or many of his/her immature emotional cadenzas. By contrast, great leaders are viewed as effective when they maintain a positive emotional state, handle pressure well, are … Continue reading

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