As a young consulting pyschologist I worked for a consulting firm that specialized in executive assessments. In other words we tested, poked, and prodded candidates for high level positions to see if they were a good fit for the prospective employer. For some years, I didn’t truly “get” the idea of “Emotional Stability,” which was one of the personality qualities we looked for. Now I do, but I see it as part of a larger cluster of qualities that center around the character of the person.
In this article, Richard Davis touches upon that issues and correctly connects it with the character of our society.
How do your leaders play?