Month: November 2014

Yes To Unifying Leadership – But A Caveat

In his column on the Op-Ed page of the November 25 New York Times, David Brooks describes the “unifying leader,” who is “skilled at the art of collaboration.”  According to Brooks, the unifying leader “sees himself as a stage setter, as a person who makes it possible for the creativity in his organization to play

But The Trees Matter, Too

Experience has taught me – and most likely you – that CEOs who aspire to accomplish significant change initiatives, such as a merger of two associations, a brand new service in your community like light rail, or a re-drawing of boundaries in your public school district, have a major, highly visible role to play.  What