But, all that is irrelevant. If we Baby Boomers who still are working are smart, we are learning from how he handles himself during Campaign 2016.
Here is what I have already picked up from observing his performance art.
Be fearless. Fear attracts torment. If we go about our work not displaying any kind of fear we put ourselves in a position of strength.
Don't apologize. An apology is just words. What people want is a sign of a change in behavior. Recently, a colleague made a valid criticism of something I had published. Pre-Trump phenomenon, I would have apologized. Now I shook my head and thanked the colleague for the feedback. The next article I published avoided that weakness.
Cut deals. Everyone wants something. We can get what we want by gentle negotiations. Obviously, Trump and Chris Christie were experts in the art of the deal. Good for both of them.
Go unscripted. Sure, we should prepare what we are going to say and how we are going to say it. But keep that loose. The era of social media has make all communication conversational.
From now until November, Trump will be displaying many more tactics we can absorb into our professional persona. This tutorial is free. We are fools not to take full advantage of it.