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Servant Leadership: 11 Questions to See If People Would Consider You a Servant Leader

Servant Leadership: 11 Questions to See If People Would Consider You a Servant Leader | Leadership Values | Scoop.it
Ken Blanchard has a favorite question he asks audiences when he is speaking to them about servant leadership: “Are you here to serve or to be served?” Ken believes the way you answer that question determines how you approach leading others. If you’re here to be served, you think leadership is all about you. You…
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Stop wasting your time on these four popular leadership styles

Stop wasting your time on these four popular leadership styles | Leadership Values | Scoop.it
Being an authentic leader and focusing on your strengths may sound like good ideas, but latching onto popular ideas isn’t always the best thing to do.
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Treat People as They Are – Not as You Are

Treat People as They Are – Not as You Are | Leadership Values | Scoop.it
It’s frustrating to expect people to be like you when they are like them. Understanding and accepting people is leadership's missed opportunity. Don’t be so busy with goals and plans that you forget that people get things done. Understand Values: Values energize behaviors, drive commitments, and produce satisfaction. There’s a woman on my team who…
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Leaders: It’s OK to not know everything 

Leaders: It’s OK to not know everything  | Leadership Values | Scoop.it
Disruptive times call for transformational leaders to let go and become more complex themselves to navigate effectively. Little attention has been paid to the cognitive and emotional load that dynamic change creates for leaders. It’s an especially onerous burden, because the very nature of disruption means that leaders must steer their organizations into – and through – a fog of uncertainty.

It’s increasingly clear that to “do” agile, you must “be” agile. How do you do that? By growing more complex ourselves. To do that requires building a bigger inner self so complexity feels simpler and allows us to move with greater purpose, clarity, inner calm and impact. Instead of getting frustrated with all the challenges or with ourselves and our habits, it pays to make the habit your friend.

In our experience, these five personal practices can contribute meaningfully to the mindset required to lead effectively in transformative times. They serve as building blocks of personal inner agility:

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David Hain's curator insight, July 10, 5:47 AM

If we are being our authentic selves, we admit to what we don't know. Why should it be different in a leadership role? Apart from the unlikeliness of knowing everything, people spot faking in a heartbeat!

Jose Luis Yañez's curator insight, July 11, 6:47 PM
Leaders: It’s OK to not know everything
Ron McIntyre's curator insight, July 13, 10:27 AM

Absolutely a factor. This is why I suggest a adaptive leadership style to handle the VUCCA world we live in today.

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Leaders, Use this Approach for Better Employee Accountability

Leaders, Use this Approach for Better Employee Accountability | Leadership Values | Scoop.it
In his work consulting with business leaders at top organizations around the world, best-selling author Ken Blanchard explains that for best results, leaders need to combine a focus on people with a simultaneous focus on results.  It’s this one-two combination that delivers the greatest impact. Managers need to have a shared responsibility with direct reports…
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The CEO of PayPal on Giving Credit

The CEO of PayPal on Giving Credit | Leadership Values | Scoop.it
“This idea of the power of giving credit to others — as opposed to your own individual accomplishment — has shaped my entire career. Most people don’t really think about that. They mostly think, “Look at me.” But really if you say, “Look at what others are accomplishing,” it’s so much more powerful in terms…
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5 C's of Servant Leadership

5 C's of Servant Leadership | Leadership Values | Scoop.it
Servant leaders put others ahead of themselves and are prepared to sacrifice for the greater good. Five characteristics stand out for servant leaders.
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Integrity, Resilience, and the Power of Quiet Leadership | Thought Leadership

Integrity, Resilience, and the Power of Quiet Leadership | Thought Leadership | Leadership Values | Scoop.it
Articles like Integrity, Resilience, and the Power of Quiet Leadership from Russell Reynolds Associates can provide you with insights and expertise to help navigate difficult organizational challenges. Read more.
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Learn How to Build an Organization Based on Values

Learn How to Build an Organization Based on Values | Leadership Values | Scoop.it
Values are a critical factor in building an organization's business strategy. Here are tips how to build an organization based on values.
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