The Code: Insights from the Front Lines of Leadership

The Code

Communities devastated by natural or man-made disasters often rise above the disruption and chaos. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, small towns and crossroad communities across the Mississippi and Louisiana Gulf Coast witnessed the best of human behavior. Neighbor helped neighbor. The sharing of available food and water immediately became the norm—so much so that when state and federal assistance arrived they discovered communities already on their way to getting the proverbial ox out of the ditch. Leaders know the best team members help themselves before expecting the help of others. ─ Ken Chapman
Ken Chapman & Associates, Inc.