By Linda Fisher Thornton Every leader has a values equation. It can be calculated by the day, week, year and lifetime. In the ideal situation, a leader's values equation is consistently positive. How do you calculate your values equation?
By Linda Fisher Thornton I don't particularly like the quote "Good things come to those who wait." This quote, attributed to British author Violet Fane (Mary M. Singleton) in 1892, may be true but it leaves out important parts of the story. Good things may come to those who wait, but only after certain important conditions have been met:
By Linda Fisher Thornton This post is Part 4 in the series "5 Insights Into Leadership Development Future." The previous posts in the series in case you missed them: Part 1 on Global Trends Part 2 on Wholeness Part 3 on Growth and Human Development In Part 4, we take a look at positive ethical values and the search for meaning.