My wish is that someday, every leader will be a servant leader. Unfortunately, the human ego can make it difficult. There are two ways we let our ego get in the way of leading with a serving heart and mindset. One is false pride—thinking more of yourself than you should. You push and shove for…
Name a celebrity, a TV show or movie or a sports team and I can find you at least one article trumpeting what we can learn about leadership from an episode of The Walking Dead or the Beyoncé and Jay Z tour. If it's something people might be searching the [...]
Denise Katula's insight:
Seriously, someone wrote "10 Things Smart Leaders Can Learn from the Zombie Apocalypse"?
NJDEP-News Release 14/P69 - 27 Jun 2014 - TRENTON – Environmental, academic, businesses, science, government, non-profit and youth leaders from throughout New Jersey are encouraged to show off their environmental accomplishments by participating in the upcoming 2014 Governor’s Environmental Excellence Awards, with applications now available.
Who said it? George House Minority Leader Rep. Stacey Abrams, at Governing's recent Georgia Leadership Forum in Atlanta, speaking on the need for city and county leaders to better communicate their needs to state legislators.
Perhaps now I know why virtually none of the leadership books I have read really stand out for me - because it's someone else's catch-phrase version ofleadership. I need to develop what leadership means to ME, and then follow true to it.
Learning about leadership is about experiencing situations in which you learn and grow. This is what this Millennial leader is learning.
Denise Katula's insight:
I love this piece! The author has excellent insight that many persons who aren't Millennials (i.e., older people with more experience) haven't learned yet. My favorite part is that if you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room!
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