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October 2015: Unconventional Wisdom Part II: Tongue-in-Cheek Solutions to Society’s Most Vexing Leadership Problems

OCTOBER 1, 2015

Last month, I presented five leadership problems that confront today’s parents.

I realize that many of my readers are not parents, and would not have found last month’s blog particularly relevant.  That won’t happen this month.  Virtually everyone has to contend with life outside the home – in workplaces, civic institutions, and enterprises of all kinds.

With that in mind, I turn my attention to five of the most serious problems facing leaders of organizations.

  1. Leaders Focus Too Much on Meaning, Not Enough on Money