Tag Archives: Albert Camus

Learnings from Sisyphus

Greek mythology’s Sisyphus was punished for his deeds by being forced to spend eternity rolling a huge boulder up a hill only to have it roll down every time as it neared the top. While not for eternity, great leaders … Continue reading

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A Life Built on Challenge

It is inevitable that the lives of great leaders are filled with great challenges. Albert Camus speaks to great leaders of those moments: “In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” These … Continue reading

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On Resilience … a Key in Decision-Making

In his recent blog post, How Managers Become Leaders: Resilience, George S. Everly, Jr. writes: “… managers who failed at leadership were those who lacked the ability to make difficult decisions.” He believes the reason for this is that they lack resilience: “In order to … Continue reading

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