Tag Archives: Stewardship

Needed Urgently: Stewardship and Statesmanship

There is no ownership of the future.  There is only stewardship. Quite a few years ago there was a best selling business book that caught the attention of the more thoughtful in business and the executive ranks.  The book, What … Continue reading

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Leadership as Stewardship: Oh Captain, My Captain . . .

In 2009, at the height of the banking crisis, I wrote an article about the role of leadership as both the cause and the solution.  With today’s focus on regulation as a solution to curbing the excesses in banking, I … Continue reading

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Rethinking Elected Leadership . . .

“ No matter how important a man at sea may consider himself, unless he is fundamentally worthy the sea will someday find him out.”  –Felix Riesenberg Imagine the following scenario: An experienced sea captain sets sail with a hired crew … Continue reading

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