As mentioned in past blogs I started a new hobby this year producing maple syrup. The season culminated this morning by enjoying some home made maple syrup on our pancakes for Easter brunch! It was very tasty and extremely satisfying. After the first season I wanted to share a few leadership lessons learned from my […]
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I was blessed this week with the opportunity to lead a training session for 10 University of Mary business students. They traveled five hours from Bismarck, North Dakota to come to the Mount Carmel Ministries Training Center in Alexandria, Minnesota to learn more about servant leadership. I don’t know how many of you had the […]
A key aspect of being an effective servant leader is the delivery of results for the people and the organization that the leader is serving. Servant leadership is not “soft”, rather it is about helping people and organizations achieve extraordinary results. It is about raising the bar! Servant leaders understand that the key to delivering […]
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 […]
Have you articulated, documented, and shared your personal leadership point of view? If not, I would challenge you to make this one of your goals for 2012. As a servant leader it is very important to foster relationships with people within your organization. One of the best ways to develop an environment of trust that […]
I am absolutely thrilled to have the opportunity to build a business focused on awakening leader’s hearts and equipping them with servant leadership skills that will transform their personal lives as well as those they interact with. I feel God’s hand all over this journey, and am humbled to have had all the great people […]