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We believe in the key concepts of servant leadership: serve first and leadership will follow, have big dreams, be aware, accept and empathize, respond to problems by listening, seek to persuade rather than force, joy and peace come from within, take action (don’t be satisfied to be a critic or an expert), and one step at a time: the way great things get done.

Leadership Resolutions 2019

Leadership Resolutions for 2019

“The only constant in life is change”— Heraclitus

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leaders questions

The Benefits of Leaders Asking Powerful Questions

Nuances and meaning often get lost in communication. As George Bernard Shaw underlines “the problem with communication is the illusion that it has been accomplished.” To make sure you have thoroughly got across your message, ask powerful questions, probing that your interlocutor understood what you actually meant. When listening create the space for the other…

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Lead by example at work

How to Lead by Example at Your Organization

“One of the most important actions, things a leader can do, is to lead by example. If you want everyone else to be passionate, committed, dedicated, and motivated, you go first!” – Marshall Goldsmith Change within an organization starts with the leaders “being the change they want to see”. As soon as your associates see…

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Leadership is in Everyone’s Job Description

“Leadership is not about a title or a designation. It’s about impact, influence and inspiration. Impact involves getting results, influence is about spreading the passion you have for your work, and you have to inspire teammates and customers.” Robin S. Sharma Leadership is not about any single individual. Everyone has the power to lead in…

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Time Management

Time Management Strategies for Servant Leaders

Time is the most precious resource leaders have. Here are three time management strategies to free up time and focus on what matters inside your organization. 1.Manage Meetings Better Tired of meetings eating up your productive time? Here’s what you can do! Firstly, draw guidelines and be disciplined about following them. Secondly, show respect for…

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team servant leadership

9 Ways to Motivate People Using Servant Leadership

Servant leadership is intrinsically motivating. But what do you do when people bring their personal life to the office? Any savvy leader knows they have to have a toolkit to boost their team’s productivity and harness cohesion. Follow these 9 servant leadership principles to take your team members to the highest level of motivation, self-actualization.…

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Being Less of a Boss and More of a Coach

“All coaching is, is taking a player where he can’t take himself.” Bill McCartney As leader you know by now that we all go through ups and downs. Throughout your life you are guaranteed, at some point, to hit a rough patch. Whether it’s school or sports, relationships, work, you’re going to need a little…

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Leaders Interaction

3 Things Leaders Should Do to Improve Every Interaction

As leader, your focus is on carrying out your most powerful work, right? It’s exhausting when small interruptions arise, keeping you from doing the “real work” isn’t it? Let’s shift this perspective! View these “interruptions” as opportunities to lead effectively, clarify strategy, reinforce trust, and build meaningful connections in each moment. How can you do…

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humble leadership

How Humble Leadership Really Works

As leader, your main role is to empower your associates and bring out the best in them. It often happens that in our quest for power, we lose track of what is important and start focusing solely on achievements. Being goal-oriented may translate into treating our associates like means to an end which triggers their…

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Servant Leader People

Servant Leadership: How To Put Your People Before Yourself

“The servant-leader is a servant first. It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first.” – Robert K. Greenleaf How would your team characterize your leadership abilities? Do you take into consideration their wants and needs? Do you invest time and energy into developing their skills set? If the answer…

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