You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘Hierarchy’ tag.
I suppose it has always been difficult to be a leader. But, it seems that leadership in our day is even more challenging that it may have ever been.
Internet access has turned everyone into an instant expert on every imaginable topic. The frenetic speed of life has rendered serious reflection a lost art and made open, respectful communication almost impossible. The incredible complexities and challenges of human affairs have left leaders often feeling completely paralyzed. The demise of institutional loyalty has left all leaders in a constantly precarious position.
It is tempting to give up on the idea of leadership. But human communities seem to require some kind of leadership. Leaderless communities deteriorate quickly into chaos.
Read the rest of this entry »