We live in a media saturated, propagandized world. Everywhere I turn I encounter people who are living in fear. Paul Virilio, a decade ago, called this culture “the administration of fear.” If you live with fear, you won’t ask questions. Yet it is only in asking questions, in being skeptical, that we find truth. Not political truth which is mere propaganda as current situation proves. But the truth that we can live by.
The more a human community of leaders of impact can be formed, the greater opportunities for solving problems and making a difference are presented to us.
How many new hires join your organization with the desire to be a contributor and by the end of their first month that noble ambition is gone, and they are just looking to get through the day?
Leadership today means becoming a facilitator of empowering the leadership capacity of every person in the company.