Posts Tagged ‘values’

Sexism or Sensationalism

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018


French DJ and Ballon d’Or host Martin Solveig makes a mistimed joke to the inaugural women’s winner, Norway’s Ada Hegerberg about her ability to twerk, and the thought police descend into hoots of derision. A remark that Hegerberg herself didn’t see as sexist but lo and behold Solveig is piled on by assorted media characters and indeed, British tennis player, Andy Murray. When we sensationalise every iota of modern life that doesn’t conform to our belief system, we merely end up drowning out horrible acts of sexism, racism, and ageism that are truly worthy of our disdain.  

An Interview With Me From Investor’s Business Daily

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Here is an interview with me that appeared  on Investor’s Business Daily exploring the leadership lessons and approaches that can be readily applied from the career of US business titan, Bill Marriott.

J. Willard Marriott Turned Soda Stop Into Hotel King

http://news.investors.com/management-leaders-and-success/042015-748612-j-willard-marriott-built-a-hospitality-empire.htm#ixzz3XxB2hXpb