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Monday, 26 January 2015

Why Washington Is Misunderstood: Why Judgment Is Rare

Our elected and political leaders are expected to lead. 
Most of all, they are expected to use, not merely their intelligence and their loyalty to their mission, but also their best judgment.
Public leaders are often misunderstood. That is because the core competency of their "job" revolving around good judgment is one shared by very few people.
The average person, even the average employee, rarely exercises what can be called judgment. These people are on a mental auto-pilot. Call them drones, call them zombies, but they are doing predictable, often menial tasks, even if they are "white collar" workers staring at blinking colored pixels on a screen and tapping alphanumeric sequences on a keyboard into a document or database.

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