I had an extremely inspiring week last week. We kicked off a new year of Leadership Roundtable Groups that are focused on learning the principles of servant leadership. Last year we had one group of 24 leaders in Alexandria, MN participate in the Leadership Roundtable experience. This year we have 4 Leadership Roundtable Groups, 3 […]
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In their latest book “Great Leaders Grow” authors Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller describe how to “Become a Leader for Life”. One of the four key aspects they mention to continue to grow as a leader is to “Open your World”. I am a firm believer that to be an effective servant leader one needs […]
An important aspect of being a servant leader is the value of continuous improvement and self-development. Early this year I started on a journey to achieve certification from the International Coaching Federation (ICF). The certification process involves a significant amount of education, testing, and being coached by a mentor coach. This education and certification process […]
Servant leaders can enhance their relationships by choosing to model the behaviors of love outlined in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7. The eighth and final behavior mentioned is commitment. Commitment is sticking to your choices and being committed to the commitments that you make in life. This is the final behavior that I will be talking about […]
Servant leaders can enhance their relationships by choosing to model the behaviors of love outlined in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7. The seventh behavior mentioned is honesty. Honesty is being free from deception. This behavior is critically important for leaders in building trust and relationships. In his book “EntreLeadership”, Dave Ramsey mentions the term fanatical integrity. I […]
Servant leaders can enhance their relationships by choosing to model the behaviors of love outlined in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7. The sixth behavior mentioned is forgiveness. Forgiveness is giving up resentment when wronged. It is the divinely given ability to change the history of your attitude toward an event. Servant leaders know and understand that nobody […]