By D. Kevin Berchelmann
"Yes" men, "No" men, or some happy medium?? ("men" used for convenience, and is in no way gender-specific)...
Do we want our closest and/or brightest to agree with us, butter us up, lick our boots, kiss our derriere or any of a dozen other euphemisms for sucking up merely because it was our idea?
Or are we actively seeking constructive, challenging dialog??
Must we always have complete, obedient agreeance (not sure that's a real word, but my baby sister Elizabeth always used it, so here it is), or do we really want diversity of thought?