Monthly Archives: October 2010

The 21st Century Leadership Puzzle

We’ve all tinkered with jigsaw puzzles. It is rewarding to watch the finished picture emerge as we fit the pieces together. In an actual puzzle, you start with the picture on the outside of the box to give you an … Continue reading

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The Age of Questions

“The person who knows how will always find a place in life. The person who knows why will inevitably be the leader.” When Isador Issac Rabi, one of America’s most famous physicists, came home from school each day his mother … Continue reading

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Inspiring Leadership 40 Years Apart, Copiapo, Chile 2010, Space 1970

I can’t help but compare the near disaster in the San Jose mine near Copiapo, Chile, in fall of 2010 with the crises of the Apollo 13 space mission in 1970. Both were extraordinary examples of great leadership, teamwork, and the … Continue reading

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