Apparently, this story has been floating around the Web for a while, but I was just made aware of it by my manager, and I want to make sure YOU'RE aware of it, too.
It's attributed to Col. James Moschgat, and tells the story of an unassuming janitor who made a big difference in a lot of lives.
To entice you to read the whole thing:
Maybe it was his physical appearance that made him disappear into the background. Bill didn't move very quickly and, in fact, you could say he even shuffled a bit, as if he suffered from some sort of injury. His gray hair and wrinkled face made him appear ancient to a group of young cadets. And his crooked smile, well, it looked a little funny.
Face it, Bill was an old man working in a young person's world. What did he have to offer us on a personal level?
To find out, read 10 Things a Janitor Can Teach You About Leadership by going to http://www.axpow.org/tenthings.htm.
Truth is...these aren't just leadership lessons, but facts of life that hold the potential to make our world a better place.