Raising the level of your leadership

Judge Not

MedalOfHonorWho among us is not guilty of judging, ignoring, or slighting people because of their appearance, education, or because they are the janitor…or the man who cleaned my car yesterday…or the…

From On Patrol (Fall, 2010): “William “Bill” Crawford was an unimpressive figure, one you could easily overlook during a hectic day at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Mr. Crawford, as most of us referred to him back in the late 1970s, was our squadron janitor.”

But everything changed—when by accident—the cadets found out who he really was. Click Much More Than A Janitor to hear the full story. This is REQUIRED READING FOR ALL LEADERS. I promise you’ll be glad you did.

I would love to hear your reaction to this story. Are you like me, often guilty? How will it—or should it—change how you lead? Leave a comment.

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