The Challenge of Acceptability and Predictability

During the COVID-19 pandemic I read a bunch of books. (Can we talk about it in the past tense yet? Not likely. We can at least say we see in our future the transition from pandemic to epidemic.)

Many were about popular or historic leaders. Some were written by noteworthy leaders. As I read the various perspectives on leadership, I recalled a framework shared with me by a friend…

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