Monthly Archives: October 2016

What Trump Got Wrong About Leadership During the Final Debate (Article)

Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” As an independent — with no allegiance left or right, conservative or liberal, — I rely on values-based leadership principles to indicate how a presidential candidate is likely to deal with tough issues and challenges once in the White House. The role of a leader

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“Gutless Leadership”?

Several of my Kellogg students have asked my “opinion” of the Wells Fargo scandal that has captured significant media attention over the past several weeks. I must say that as a former CEO and a current Kellogg professor teaching values-based leadership, only one word comes to mind: UNBELIEVABLE!!! Let’s start with the facts: It appears that several thousand (yes, I said

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