Tag Archives: bullying

Leadership Stories: Gabby Douglas as Role Model and Celebrity

Hereʻs an interesting interview with Gabby Douglas about her experience with bullying. It may be that one of the best ways she can be present as a leader is to share her story about how she developed the discipline to accomplish so much with her gifts. Leading by example. Sheʻll be visible enough to do […]

Watch Your Mouth! The Dangers of Leadership Jargon

I love Scot Adams. He understands managementʻs drive to “moralify” the help, and the toxic potential of leadership jargon without leadership action. This kind of leader needs brave followers, people willing to say the emperor has no clothes. These are the “courageous followers” Ira Chaleff writes about. Among other things, a courageous follower resists bullying. […]