Tag: Ayn Rand

Love Of Power And The Power Of Love

“My dear fellow citizens, for forty years you heard from my predecessors on this day different variations on the same theme: how our country...

The Justice/Progress Dilemma For Leaders

“…the good is the true goal of all our striving, and in our souls we are quite certain that such a thing actually exists,...

Where Does Leadership Begin?

"Do not bid me Dismiss my soldiers, or capitulate Again with Rome's mechanics: tell me not Wherein I seem unnatural: desire not To ally my rages and revenges...

5 Ways To Become A Better Listener

Being an effective leader requires a number of important skills, but perhaps none so important as listening. Not only is it more courteous to...

Could An Honest Politician Be President?

Above this (future) race of men stands an immense and tutelary power, which takes upon itself alone to secure their gratifications and to watch...

Defending the Ethical Enterpriser in an Anti-Business Climate

In spite of the great advances in reducing poverty and increasing the freedom and dignity of hundreds of millions of people around the world,...

Secrets of the Creative Brain

As a psychiatrist and neuroscientist who studies creativity, I’ve had the pleasure of working with many gifted and high-profile subjects over the years, but...

Why Inward-Bound Leadership Development?

IF IT IS TRUE that a manager must be process-driven, pragmatic, and in control, while a leader must be people-focused, visionary, and inspiring, it...

The Future of News

NEWS ORGANIZATIONS ARE coy about admitting that what they present us with each day are minuscule extracts of narratives whose true shape and logic...

Balancing Purpose and Pay to Hire, Retain and Engage Top Performers

Why do we work? Yes, we need to put a roof over our heads, clothes on our backs, food in our mouths. But once...