Many lawyers and judges within this industry often dismiss and brush off those mothers and fathers who call out wrongdoings with the court and its players as being disgruntled or resentful.
Phil America ponders the state of gun violence and who should be held accountable.
What if we were open to be challenged on occasion, instead of being defensive and holding firm to a position that may not even serve us?
Andrew Lynch was fired by Tucker Max and he is a better man because of it.
Fire is the perfect metaphor for what can happen when we step through our fears and step into our purpose.
Being in the know about what happens in their school gives you a big advantage as a parent.
Turns out, accountability may be just the push you need to follow through and shine.
Why make social media work for all humankind, and be savvy while doing it? Brittni Brown looks at the statistics.
When will we say enough is enough? Should actions be excused years later.
The devil isn’t omnipresent, he’s right there in the details.
Theresa Byrne asks how long you’re going to date the person they used to be.
How far will violence go before someone takes responsibility? Zeynab Ladak reflects on when she distanced herself from the blanket of generalization and violence of her culture.
A dysfunctional culture can doom your organization to mediocrity or outright failure. How can you tell if you should be worried?
Startling but true, these success-driven behaviors can be your worst dysfunctional nightmare.
Do you take responsibility for lapses in language? Edgar Wilson examines how a lack of accountability for what we say impacts ethics.