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Posts Tagged: character
I expected the course to be physically demanding. I didn’t expect the course to reveal the importance of character.
“You will always be on the margins because all you have are these idealistic notions that don’t apply.” That’s the fictional CEO in Amazon’s Enlightened, chewing out whistleblower Amy, played by Laura Dern. “Well if caring about something other than money is dopey, I’m a fuckin’ moron.” Amy started the series as an angry, ruthless career-climber. She… Read more »
In my last blog I posted another excerpt from my book, Confessions of a Government Man. It was part one about a quirky character named Calvin Coolidge Coburn. You might want to check the previous blog for a little background. When we left CCC he was somewhat in an inebriated state and had gotten himself… Read more »
Does there ever come a time when we come back to reinforce character development? Perhaps with young leaders-to-be. One thing that I’ve noticed is, that no matter how hard we try as trainers, the results are limited to the character of our trainers, trainees and managers. What if we could depend on character to make… Read more »