Monday, 26 March 2018

Learning from History yet Again

CEOs believing they should receive excessively high salaries are overconfident about their own abilities.  They, like the politicians they support, are always happy to take risks with other people's money.

If you do not believe that leadership should be a shared activity, then you have not learned enough from history.

Why do CEOs receive obscenely high remuneration for group decisions made at board meetings?

Do you consider community engagement to be a form of shared leadership?

Does your community group participate in brand marketing in order to achieve its goals?

Does one member of your group receive an excessively high amount of money for attending group meetings?

Who has decided upon the goals of your group, and why?

What have you discovered about keeping confidence in perspective and reducing the dangers of risky ventures?

What do you hope experience before next year?