I recently read Seth Godin’s book Tribes. It is a book that I would highly recommend to anyone wanting to understand the power of “tribes”, and how with effective leadership they can make a significant impact on society. 

Tribes helped me to continue to frame up my thoughts for leading a movement on servant leadership. I have great faith that as we capture people’s hearts for wanting to lead like Jesus that we can make a significant positive impact in the world.

Leaders that are intentional about helping people achieve their God-given potential, will get individuals, organizations, communities, and our world headed in a positive direction. But I think it will take more than just providing training and executive coaching. I believe it will require a great deal of help from all of us that are serious about the importance of this vision.

Building collaboration and community among servant leaders will drive momentum towards a culture of servant leadership. Leaders staying connected with peers working towards similar goals will be key in driving accountability and execution of this worthwhile endeavor.

In an effort to improve our ability to communicate our first step was to change the Triune Leadership Services website. Our mission is to make it easier for you to gain access to servant leadership information, and communicate with one another for ideas, support, and accountability.

There is much more to come with this website change to help people engage. In the meantime let’s get some conversation going to challenge all of us on how we can become more effective servant leaders.  This week I’d love to hear your thoughts on the website change via the comments section, Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn.

There are many ways to engage with Triune Leadership Services, LLC and build this community:

I pledge to you that I will do everything I can to help you be the servant leader that God called you to be, and enable you to make a significant impact in your areas of influence.

Mark Deterding

As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace. 1 Peter 4:10