Category Archive: Servant-leadership

Servant Leaders Aren’t Doormats

Serving for the sake of serving is noble. Serving for results is servant leadership. In organizational life, the goal of serving isn’t just service, it’s results. Avoid manipulation: How do you serve for… Continue reading

16 Ways to be the Leader of Choice

Know and maximize the value you bring others. Would you choose to follow you? Why would anyone follow you? 16 ways to be the leader of choice: Succeed in an arena that matters to… Continue reading

7 Qualities Servant-Leaders Expect From Others

Servant-leaders fail when they tolerate self-serving in others. Don’t be the only servant in the room. One-way service is naive, wasteful, and irresponsible. The ultimate goal of servant-leadership isn’t serving for the sake… Continue reading

The 3 Most Dangerous Things Leaders Don’t Do

Sincere leaders fall flat because of things they don’t do. The 3 most dangerous things leaders don’t do: #1. Acknowledge when it isn’t working. Fear of failure prevents leaders from acknowledging failure. Tenacity keeps… Continue reading

The Four Letter Word that Makes the Difference

It matters more that you believe in work than you believe in yourself. You say, if you don’t believe in yourself, you won’t work. But, self-belief is irrelevant, if you don’t work. Work… Continue reading

If You Didn’t Have a Brain, How would You Know

The Tin Man cried because he didn’t have a heart. How can a heartless person cry over being heartless? The Scarecrow figured out how to save Dorothy from the witch, even though he… Continue reading