It’s always interesting to understand the perspective of other groups and organizations, especially how such groups identify the people considered to be most influential in our world. When I noticed Fortune had released “Fortune’s World’s Greatest Leaders: 50 intrepid guides for a messy world,” I clicked over, curious to know how Fortune’s choices might coincide with my own.
Fortune’s list is striking. Populated by CEOs, presidents of corporations and countries, university officials, founders and leaders of non-government organizations, financial gurus, retail and sports leaders and celebrities, it’s an impressive collection. The Pope, the Director of the FBI and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States rank high on the list, as well as two non-violent protesters from the August 2014 Ferguson MO civil unrest. Continue Reading →