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3 Steps to Build: Concentration|Attention to Details|Radical Personal Responsibility| Extreme Ownership|Your Job as a Craft

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This short essay explores difficult and unpopular character traits that I personally try to attain each day. I admit they are not easy. Not only are they hard to achieve personally, but it is quite a challenge to encourage the people that I lead to hold similar values as each one of us has a different life experience and lens through which to view the world. With compassion for the human experience I write this not as dogma but as an essay in encouragement and ideas from my own personal experience as an owner and businessman working with very smart people in this exciting, accelerating age we are immersed in.

The character traits are:

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Can a ‘Servant Leadership’ culture create a superior IT Security product?

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Johnathan Cogley

Recently Jonathan Cogley, CEO of Thycotic Software and I sat down to discuss his unique corporate culture and in the process of this I uncovered not only his unique strategy with company building but also a very unique perspective on enterprise password management.

I love sharing unconventional thinking about topics that we normally think we have under control.

Jonathan is this type of thinker. He said to me that a CIO and CISO must ask, “Do I have control of my human and non-human accounts on my network….???”

When the topic of employee and administrator password management comes up do you assume all is well or have you asked the question in this way to your staff?…It will evoke a different response based on how you ask the question and will present a different level of risk as well.

We explore in this episode:

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