Leading from the Middle is on Christmas and New Year’s Break

Posted by jlubans on December 21, 2017

“Don’t pay the ransom, honey; I’ve escaped” and other lamentable excuses/apologies of 2017.
“Harry, the Aggrieved”. An original Friday Fable in the style of George Ade. A tale of self inflicted woe and an organization held hostage.
And, an essay on EQ (emotional intelligence) and Empathy among work teams with a look at the Scandinavian practice of workplace saunas - “working while naked”, so to speak.
Not to mention - which I just did - the Phaedrian fable of two villains accusing each other of wrong doing.
More praise for Fables for Leaders:
“An inherently fascinating read from cover to cover … unreservedly recommended.”
"Fables for Leaders" is a “Reviewer's Choice” at Midwest Book Review (MBR) December, 2017:
“A unique and exceptional approach to developing problem solving attitudes and skills, "Fables for Leaders" is impressively well written, organized and presented.
Thoroughly 'user friendly' and an inherently fascinating read from cover to cover, "Fables for Leaders" is impressively entertaining, informative, thoughtful and thought-provoking, making it unreservedly recommended for personal, professional, community, and academic library collections.”

© Copyright John Lubans 2017
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