The person who recently bailed on me 30 minutes before the scheduled time? She wasn’t even embarrassed by it when she saw me next. And that’s when I knew I’d never want to work with her.Connections. They create value. None of us are creating value all by ourselves. We’re doing it with other people. And these people – or, network using the more technical term – in our lives shape who we are (by influencing what you think about), and what we make (by helping us get things done). Yet, it’s only through trial and error that we figure out who to choose to
Fast Company How Teachers And Mentors Will Save Entrepreneurship In America Fast Company As an entrepreneur, I had many mentors I can credit with helping me be successful. But a lot of it was just going out and making things happen--on my own.
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A great article that shares the power of empathy in the life of a leader.
During the last decade, we have witnessed an unparalleled explosion of interest in the practice of "servant-leadership," as today's business leaders search for a new leadership model for the 21st century.
Reclaiming Futures pairs addicted teens with adult mentors HeraldNet Brenda Newell, a counselor with Rainbow Counseling and Equine Connections, leads a seminar for adults interested in mentoring at-risk youth Jan 31.
Jesus described leadership as serving people rather than lording over them. Yet, two thousand years later – even after all the “How to Be An Empowering Leader” workshops – we still struggle with autocratic leadership.
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Leading through being an influence. Good article on what that looks like.
Jim Sowell and J. McDonald Williams: Larry James is our Texan of the Year ...Dallas Morning NewsLarry is a shining example of servant leadership. He works tirelessly to serve the downtrodden, the hopeless, the hungry and the forgotten.
Mackey: The case for servant over self-serving leadersBizjournals.com (blog)Ken Blanchard would like to see a rise in servant leadership and an end to what he calls “seagull management.” He describes this latter concept, which he says is the most...
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