Some friendships are MORE than all that they can be because someone did the hard work of “The Friendship Negotiator.”
At times, leaders need to refuse to play their strongest card. John Adams gives us the perfect example why.
George Washington may have been the most imposing leadership figure in America, but he wasn’t the best or the brightest — but he possessed a key trait every leader that lasts must have.
Our Founding Fathers and Martin Luther King give us two perspectives on an essential role of leadership: Speaking up!
“Appearances can be deceiving.” So goes the common idom. This is a defining reality when it comes to James Madison and illustrates two essential lessons for leaders.