Originally Posted by MisterSkiMask
I think Romney’s approach is the only approach that will work in a bi-partisan (we need to get rid of the two party system), and he has been successful with it as a Governor. You can’t show up with a plan that you think is perfect and try to ram it down everybody’s throat. It is the same on a tiny scale for me and my employees, you will not get what you want without everyone ‘buying in’ and feeling like they had a part in the decision making process. An added benefit of this is that everyone then feels some responsibility for success or failure.
As a good manager/leader/boss you have to know where you want to go, and then let your people help to decide the best way to get there.
People have lost faith in the system because of career politicians like Obama that have grown up in the public sector and are used to going face to face with the other party 24/7 and pushing their ideals through the ringer as hard as they can.