Leaders In Charge, But Not Always In Touch

This week's Presidential inaugural festivities have quickly morphed into the daunting reality of governing. As he contemplated his assumption of office, President Obama repeatedly vowed that he is not going to let pressures and protocol deprive him from real, unscripted interactions with the American people. When interviewed by Barbara Walters last November, Mr. Obama noted that he was fighting to hang on to his Bl

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Corporate Culture: Truth vs. B.S.

I just read an interview with Samuel Culbert—a professor at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and the author of Beyond Bullsh*t—arguing that how people talk to each other at work affects the success of their businesses. Culbert asserts that “bulls—t has become the etiquette of choice in office life,” and that it can undermine a workplace because “it makes people feel beaten up, deceived—even dirty.” He defines “bulls

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