Monthly Archives: August 2016

Leadership and the U.S. Presidential Election

In the past several months, the question that I have been asked most frequently is: “Harry, what do you think of the current U.S. presidential election?” Wow! Now that’s a pretty loaded question! My usual responses have been: 1) “You cannot sell what is happening as fiction.” 2) “In a country with 360 million people, THESE are the top candidates?

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Seeking to Understand

Several students and work colleagues asked me about my recent trips to Paris and London. I’ll share with you what I have been sharing with them: As is often the case, my main focus during my recent travels was on trying to find “balance”…..trying to listen to as many perspectives as possible — “to seek to understand before I am understood”. Since

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