The title almost speaks for itself. Ethics, Reason, and Excellence very succinctly and effectively delivers a unifying and universal perspective on leadership based on keen observations of human nature, insightful applications of basic human psychology, and an exceedingly astute examination of the three principles that are assured to make any manager a successful leader.
Kevin Unruh is curious about everything, interested in most things, and particularly enamored of these things: humans, animals, art of all types, wine, literature, science, history, psychology, the law, antiques, fashion, Fall temperatures (he considers anything over 72 degrees Fahrenheit “hot”), firearms, knives, anvils, camping, MMA, westerns, Prince (r.i.p.), landscaping, inclement weather, and doing entire comedy routines over text to annoyed family and friends.
He enjoys discussing philosophy, getting a fountain drink on a Saturday morning, the smell of a medium-to-large campfire, talking to every dog he meets, and wearing plaid shirts. And, sometimes he writes.