Sarcasm lives in the cheap seats, leaving a trail of hurt feelings, anger, confusion and resentment in its wake. I’ve seen sarcasm bring down relationships, teams and cultures when modeled by people a the highest levels of an organization and left unchecked.
In any business environment, an idea isn’t worth much - unless you do something with it. This “do something” is all about how we choose to put an idea into practice (how we execute). It involves the moving from the abstract to the real. It’s a difficult journey. It's filled with ambiguity and uncertainty. It requires an extraordinarily rare leadership trait - and it’s called GRIT.