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General Colin Powell: A Legacy of Leadership

Steve Adubato, PhD 

In my latest book, “Lessons in Leadership,” I wrote a chapter featuring the exceptional leadership traits of General Colin Powell. Oddly the chapter is called “Great Leaders Sometimes Piss People Off.” That pithy quote came directly from an interview I did with the late General Powell in 1998 in which I asked him about the keys to great leadership. What struck me is that he said that the best leaders must make tough decisions, including ones that will not be popular with certain team members or key stakeholders, because the leader believes that particular decision is best for the team or organization. General Powell argued that many leaders are either unable or unwilling to make those difficult decisions, whether in the military or in any type of organization. Often, these leaders fail or fall short because the need to be liked or to be popular is such a high priority. Their fear of “pissing people off” is so great that they simply don’t lead in the way that is best for their team.  Some people call this being nice, but I call it being weak.  

I often talk about General Powell in my leadership seminars conducted through our firm, “Stand & Deliver,” and I’ve thought a great deal about him, especially since his passing. While my provocative book chapter title about “pissing people off” is memorable, what I remember and admire most about General Powell goes well beyond this. From every indication, General Powell was that rare leader who combined a well-earned sense of confidence with a genuine degree of humility, empathy, and compassion for others. He also exhibited a passion for excellence and the highest standards of performance for himself and everyone on his team.  

The interview I conducted with him was about a national volunteerism “giving back” initiative that he was heading up at the time. He clearly cared about others, particularly inner-city, often minority, children who face so many challenges, largely because of their zip code. Remember, General Powell was raised in the Bronx and was, in fact, one of those kids who faced such adversity and was able to achieve so much against the odds.  

But beyond his compassion for others, it was General Powell’s integrity and character that stood out. Consider when he publicly and very clearly took responsibility for the failure of his February 2003 United Nations’ testimony in which he emphatically, and with great clarity, claimed that Iraq and Saddam Hussein possessed “weapons of mass destruction” – which was largely the justification for the United States going to war at the time. General Powell trusted a variety of government intelligence and military agencies and their conclusions which, ultimately, were proven to be false. They were simply wrong. There were no weapons of mass destruction that were ever found. In turn, the premise of the U.S. going to war in Iraq was faulty and illegitimate.

But while so many leaders – particularly in public life – point fingers, make excuses, scapegoat, and deflect, that’s the opposite of what General Powell did. In fact, he stood up and said HE was wrong, and HE was responsible for accepting those intelligence reports without questioning or challenging them more aggressively. He trusted but acknowledged that he did not verify to the degree he should have.  In spirt of this, he pointed no fingers and blamed no one else. Just think about how rare that is for leaders of any stripe. 

Consider former President Donald Trump’s refusal to accept any responsibility for the horrific insurrection at the United States Capitol that took place on January 6, in spite of his speech leading up to it and his inaction while it was occurring. Or, President Joe Biden’s refusal to accept any responsibility for the debacle of the U.S. military’s withdrawal from Afghanistan as Americans and Afghans who supported the U.S. remain stuck in that chaotic country and clearly in harm’s way. These are just two notable examples of our current and past presidents falling woefully short as leaders because they simply refused to or were incapable of taking responsibility and owning their actions when things around them had gone terribly wrong.  I could be wrong, but I have a strong sense that if General Colin Powell were in fact our president, he would have led in a very different way.  

So, while we remember General Powell for his many accomplishments, what I admire most about him is that he was the kind of leader who took full responsibility for his actions, words and mistakes. This type of leader shouldn’t be so rare, but obviously is.  So, thank you, General Powell, for all you did for our country and the standard you set for all leaders who must do better and be better, particularly those leaders in public service who have falsely concluded that taking responsibility or admitting one’s own mistakes is somehow a sign of weakness, which couldn’t be further from the truth. Rest in peace, General Powell, you left a legacy of leadership for all of us to follow.  

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The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences,

the Mid-Atlantic Chapter, recognizes Steve Adubato, Ph.D.

Steve was nominated for Program Host/Moderator


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What people are saying about Steve Adubato's Emmy Nomination

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 “Congratulations to Steve and to the CEC team for achieving such an outstanding recognition by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. CEC’s quality programming is a testament to Steve’s leadership and to the talented group of individuals who work so diligently to bring CEC’s programs to life.”
 --Angela Harrington, VP, Communications and External Relations, Berkeley College
 “Congratulations, my very dear friend on your nomination for the Mid-Atlantic Emmy. You are ceaseless in your passion to be more than you ever dreamed you could be. For you, good is not good enough, great is not great enough. There is always something more. For you... for always, the best is yet to come. Congratulations, Steve.”
 --Michael Reuter, Director, Gerald P. Buccino Center forLeadership Development, Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University
 “Congratulations on your nomination for an Emmy. I echo the comments of others as to the high quality of the production based on your and your colleagues hard work.”
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--Ellen Lambert, Chief Diversity Officer, Corporate Responsibility, Director and Foundation President, PSEG Foundation
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“Congratulations, Steve, on this sterling achievement in the news and entertainment business. On behalf of Kessler Foundation leadership, we send our best wishes and congratulations.”
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 “Many congratulations to Steve on his Emmy nomination. On behalf of the Prudential team, we wish him the best as a candidate for the award... Prudential believes that the CEC programming has been valuable to youth across the city. Steve and the entire Caucus team continue to accomplish important work through dedicated efforts.”
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“Congratulations Steve and the complete Caucus team. We are proud to be part of your tremendous success. God bless!!!”
--Joseph Maurillo, President, IMAC Insurance
“This is terrific recognition to you as the moderator and your great support team!”
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6.1 You represent, warrant and covenant (a) that no materials of any kind submitted through your account will (i) violate, plagiarize, or infringe upon the rights of any third party, including copyright, trademark, privacy or other personal or proprietary rights; or (ii) contain libelous or otherwise unlawful material; (b) that you are at least thirteen years old, and that if you submit any User Materials or personally-identifying information on or through the Services, you are at least 18 years old and (c) you will use the Content and Services only for lawful purposes.
6.2 You hereby indemnify, defend and hold harmless the CEC and all officers, directors, owners, employees, agents, information providers, affiliates, licensors and licensees (collectively, the “Indemnified Parties”) from and against any and all liability and costs, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees, incurred by the Indemnified Parties in connection with any claim arising out of any breach by you or any user of your account of these Terms of Service or the foregoing representations, warranties and covenants. You shall cooperate as fully as reasonably required in the defense of any such claim. The CEC reserves the right, at its own expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter subject to indemnification by you.




8.1 The CEC reserves the right to send electronic mail to you for the purpose of informing you of changes or additions to the Service.
8.2 In the event that the Content or Services contain a contest, additional contest-specific rules may apply. By participating in the contest you agree to abide by both these Terms of Service and the rules for that contest. It is your responsibility to read and understand the rules of each contest in which you participate.
8.3 You shall have no rights to the proprietary software and related documentation, or any enhancements or modifications thereto, provided to you in order to access the Services (“Software”). You may not sublicense, assign or transfer any licenses granted by the CEC, and any attempt at such sublicense, assignment or transfer shall be null and void. You may make one copy of such software for archival purposes only. You may not otherwise copy, distribute, modify, reverse engineer, or create derivative works from Software.
8.4 Notwithstanding any of the foregoing, nothing in these Terms of Service will serve to preempt the promises made in the Privacy Policy (
8.5 Correspondence, or requests for information regarding web posting, reprint, transcript or licensing of CEC programming material, should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
8.6 This agreement shall be construed and enforced under the laws of the State of New Jersey, USA without reference to the choice of law principles thereof. You hereby consent to and submit to the jurisdiction of the federal and state courts located in the State of New Jersey. You waive any defenses based upon lack of personal jurisdiction or venue, or inconvenient forum. If any provision herein is unenforceable, then such provision shall be of no effect on any other provision hereof. No waiver of any breach hereof shall be deemed a waiver of any other breach hereof. Section headings are provided for convenience only, and shall not be used to construe the meaning of any section hereof.

(UPDATED 10/6/15)

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