To trust the Capital?

You will all remember the oil spill across the Gulf of Mexicoback in April 2010? The oil spills are a classical ‘low probability — high-impact events’ as the one in Santa Barbara, California, in 1969, when more than eleven million gallons were dumped into coastal waters. From there on, we’ve seen more than our share…

Virtue – Morality – Ethics and leadership

The three: virtue, morality and ethics are not new philosophical terms. To Aristotle the good for human beings must essentially involve the entire proper function of human life as a whole. And this must be an activity of the soul so that expresses genuine virtue or excellence. Virtue, in short, is a desire for honourable…

Leadership and Charisma

What makes a leader motivating others? The most common answer I have come across is “charisma.” People want to hear what charismatic leaders have to say and do, what they advise. “Charismatic people always combine two messages,” says Fox Cabane. “They give the impression that they have a lot of power and also that they like you,…