Tag Archives: pop culture

Leading with Lies: Romney Marketing Debate Misstatements as Positive Policy

The key misstatements Romney is turning into campaign criticisms: Today, Glen Kessler of the Washington Post, tracks campaign ads that reproduced Romney’s debate misstatements. He writes: “When readers ask whether we get annoyed that politicians often ignore fact-checking criticism, our answer is always the same: We write for voters, not politicians. Politicians are not going […]

Authentic Leadership: Hopeful Buzzword?

In his July 2012 blog, Bill George, CEO Guru of leadership authenticity wrote: “Nine years ago today the New York Times favorably reviewed Authentic Leadership, my first book. At the time “authenticity” in leadership was not a well-established idea. Many people asked, “What is an authentic leader?” although the concept seemed self-evident to me as being genuine, real […]