Sticks and Stones

In the mid 1700’s, English physician Alexander Sutherland encountered a number of patients dissatisfied by what they perceived as his inability to treat their illnesses. In some cases, patients repeatedly insisted that Sutherland provide them a potion or salve to ease their suffering, despite his assurances that there was nothing more to be done. In … Continue reading Sticks and Stones

How Leaders Communicate, Part 5

Over the past few weeks, we’ve looked at four different types of leaders. Specifically, the focus has been on how leaders communicate. Each leadership style uses language to a particular end. Visionaries communicate in order to share a vision and inspire the team to reach high. Captains communicate to define goals, clarify job-roles, and provide … Continue reading How Leaders Communicate, Part 5