Monthly Archive:: July 2016

Every Aspect of Life Is About Choices, And Workplaces Can Help

This isn’t political. But it is complicated. Two days after the first woman was nominated as the lead on a major American political party’s ballot, I really wonder – why is this so special? Shouldn’t women being good at things be old news by now? Haven’t other countries had female presidential candidates and presidents? I’m […]

Do the Right Thing at the Right Time

On the eve of an important meeting of the Indiana Board of Accountancy, it occurs to me that what Martin Luther King Jr. said “The time is always right to do what is right,” applies to both ethics and leadership. Sometimes one has to make a hard decision or face harsh judgment to maintain their […]