Leadership Vacuum

Failed leadership attracts leadership. Literally.

And it isn’t the good kind of leadership. It’s the bad kind. These random leadership contributions and acts of kindness all trying to fill the leadership vacuum left by someones failure to lead.

People want leadership. They want to succeed. And if leadership is missing they will throw leadership ideas and initiatives at random into the void. They need it. God damn it somebody has to do it. We’re floundering.

All good intentions aside, it’s a disaster. There is no strategy, no weighing of priorities, triage of choices, just bouncing off one contribution to the other. Nothing thought through, sequenced and built upon.

It’s a leadership vacuum that has created a chaotic black hole of random misdirection.