The Alarming Epidemic of Leadership Dishonesty

Jim Boeheim is the latest in a long line of disgraced leaders. In a stunning moment Boeheim’s reputation, legacy and accomplishments are gone but the actions creating the fall from grace have been in development over many years. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution’s Jeff Shultz writes: “Jim Boeheim has long been one of the nation’s […]

Leaders and the Decline of Trust: If Everybody Can Be A Leader, Why Do We Have A Leadership Crisis?

  The World Economic Forum published the report: The Outlook on the Global Agenda 2015 ( in which is an analysis of the top 10 trends facing the world’s regions over the next 18 months. One of the interesting findings reported is that 86% of respondents agree that we have a leadership crisis in the […]

Preference or Conviction? The Damage Situational Ethics Is Doing To Leadership Trust

Situational ethics have taken over our collective philosophy. Our beliefs and values have become preferences instead of convictions. If there is greater good to be gained by violating principles and values then one should abandon their values and take the expedient route. In certain situations little white lies are acceptable (even desirable) and promises should […]