From the Heart

It’s Not Time Management, It’s Commitment Leadership

When we are not clear on what we are committed to, we tend to get over involved.  This is what produces what we call the excuse of not having enough time. Key distinction:  Involvement and Commitment are not the same thing. A lack of clear commitments opens the door...

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Character Development in Service Leadership

In the book, “The Road to Character,” New York Times columnist David Brooks performs an exploration into personal characteristics that lead to a meaningful life, as well as examples of historical personalities who have worked through character challenges marked by deep humility, pointing to some helpful themes that can be applied to service leadership.

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Why Isn’t Servant or Service Leadership More Prevalent?

Perhaps the starting point for most CEOs and company leaders interested in servant or service leadership is the promise of greater productivity. But when decision-makers truly follow the path of service leadership and approach others (everyone in the organization) with empathy and a sincere care for their needs, the results are much more than this…

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Scoop of Humility and Slice of Humble Pie Please!

“Patience is a virtue. And some people are naturally more patient. But we can all work to become more patient,” Johnson says. “Humility is the same way. If we focus on appreciating the strengths of others, focus on being teachable, having an accurate view of ourselves, we can actually become more humble people.”

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