Leadership Intentions: The Key to Shaping a New Paradigm

In 2002 when I took my first corporate leadership role, one of the wiser and more mature credit analysts in my department said that I must learn how to “play the game” if I was going to be successful. Most organizational insiders recognize this reference. Whether deliberate, or not, the notion of game-playing promotes separation between those who are leading and those who are being directed.  Read more