Tom McKee writes, “Leaders know when and how to speak up to authority. I believe that Solomon is talking about the stress of middle management. He recognizes the stressors we feel when we have a vision for… a cause, but the king doesn’t share our passion and mission.”
Even though you may be a first-line or middle manager, you are still in a follower position. Is it ever “right” for a “junior” leader to speak up to or question a “senior” leader? Explain.
From a Christian perspective, how should we handle situations at work where we may be facing a moral dilemma?
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