James Bailey, chair and professor in the Department of Management, was featured as a Guest Insight for the “On Leadership” section of The Washington Post. In the Oct. 11 article, Bailey discusses the issues of self-interest in the face of economic hardships. “The reality or prospect of hard times breeds compassion and connection, not coldness and correction,” he said. “The recognition of our own vulnerability casts the vulnerability of others into sharp relief, which in turn triggers sympathy and a renewed appreciation of ‘there but by grace go I.’”
Posted by gwsb on October 13, 2010 | Filed under: Getting Ink.