“A willingness to see ourselves in perspective, and to view our problems as relatively routine, provides the emotional space to think more broadly and deeply.”
— John Engels
“An elephant matriarch does not rule by force or fear. In a time of crisis, every member follows her lead. Her authority is complete because she has gained the respect and trust of her family.”
Joyce Poole, Ph.D. Kenyan Elephant Researcher
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“Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.”
Last year, a nationally-known business leader suggested I write a comic book on leadership. “Leaders don’t want to take the time to read a complicated book,” he said. “Provocative, short and simple – something they can read in dribs and drabs – that would be great.”
When a leader’s attention span is short, does it reflect a fear of wasting time? Is it an indicator of garden-variety ADD? Or are more and more leaders simply anti-intellectual?