Ken Adelman is currently vice-president of Movers and Shakespeares, which conducts executive training through leadership lessons from Shakespeare. Ambassador Adelman began teaching Shakespeare in 1977 at Georgetown University, and later[…]
Ken Adelman: I think it’s always integrity. Number two you want to motivate people. President Harry Truman said it best: “I spend all day long convincing people of things to do that they should be doing otherwise . . . they should be doing anyway.” And so that kind of conscience and moral leader on that. And number three, I would say that a president should choose good people. It’s just a thin slice of the job the he can do, or she can do by herself. And you just need top, quality people. That can count for a lot.