When President Obama said that Ignorance is not a virtue, I nearly died and went to Heaven. I don't think you need to be lawyer to know the law or to know that ignorance is not innocence. Many a person is convicted whether or not they can recite the law that has been violated. This is likely because ignorance fails to excuse someone's ability to know right from wrong. "Any reasonable person" should know enough to keep themselves out of trouble. Unfortunately, this is a necessary prerequisite for any democracy and I believe why certain crimes allow for a trial with a jury of one's peers. The peers establish what is reasonable or allow for protection. Far from innocence, ignorance is more like Sloth, one of the Seven Deadly Sins.
My goals currently center around Inspirational Leadership, developing greater depth in Human Development, adult learning and organizational performance improvement. Strongly committed to the implications of the service-profit chain and realizing value through a work environment populated with satisfied, loyal and productive associates. I believe that truly vital organizations have the potential for untapped levels of performance that capture a balance of the two ultimate outcomes of any large-scale human collaboration (i.e., organizational effectiveness and organizational health). Further, I believe that organizational health enables organizational effectiveness but not vice versa. Organizational Health is then an outcome or the collective destiny for any organization that is up to the creation of a habitat for happiness!