Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a catalyst for change. This year, Dr. King would have been 90 years old. His legacy was pivotal and dynamic at a time in history to bring about greater commitment to democracy. It is not about how we look back at his accomplishments. On the contrary, it is […]
Every year during the month of February, we celebrate president’s day and black history month. What remains fascinating is the opportunity to always glean new lessons from the past. Leaders with prior experience and perspective can provide insight for leaders today.
March 31st is a day when a few states in our nation recognize and celebrate the life of the late César Chávez. California has declared a state holiday and a day of service is acknowledged in Arizona, Texas, and Colorado. As a noted human rights activist who co-founded the National Farm Workers Association (later known […]
Tomorrow marks the 43rd year since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His living legacy leads us to consider how to best consider what he would be the messianic message of Dr. King today given social and political upheavals and perpetual need to re-examine real and perceived strides over the last 40 years. […]
“Good leaders always step out from the crowd and beyond the confusion” is the quote that begins the chapter entitled “Get Help Now!” in my book Leadership Building Blocks: An Insider’s Guide to Success. In the age of heightened security, you would think that there would be emergency leadership meetings everywhere. Maybe there are. Regardless […]