Category Archive: Servant-leadership

How to Serve First, Build Trust, and Live Your Values

New Giveaway!! 20 free copies of an 18 week journal for leaders!!! Leave a comment on this guest post by Art Barter to become eligible to win one of twenty complimentary copies of his… Continue reading

How to Be a Leader Others Talk About – in a Good Way

20  free books! Leave a comment on this post by 2/23/2017 to become eligible to win one of twenty complimentary copies of Chip Bell’s new book, Kaleidoscope. ——— My conversation with bestselling author Chip Bell transformed… Continue reading

10 Questions Humble Leaders Ask Themselves

Self-importance blocks leadership. The difference between self-importance and knowing you matter is ego. Humble leaders know that others make their leadership. Humility enables confidence. Self-importance reflects ego. 7 indications you might be egotistical:… Continue reading

Behaviors that May Seem Inconsistent with Servant Leadership

Servant leaders aren’t pussy cats, doormats, or spineless wonders. You have the wrong idea if servant leadership makes you think of picking daisies while holding hands. Servant leaders hunger for success. They don’t… Continue reading

12 Ways Servant Leaders Serve Others so Others are Free to Serve Others

Servant-leadership turns reciprocity outward. Reciprocity represents a shrinking circle of mutual benefit. “You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours.”  Servant leaders serve others so others are free to serve others. The normal rules… Continue reading

How Organizations Die From Within

An organization’s deadliest enemies are internal. How we treat each other while we face external challenges determines our ability to win. Internal environments are more important than external issues. Organizations exist to maximize the… Continue reading