Everyone makes mistakes. But not everyone will admit making a mistake In my experience, servant-leaders in the workplace are pretty good at admitting when they make mistakes. Furthermore, I would argue that admitting mistakes is evidence that a person is practicing servant leadership. Why? Here are 5 reasons admitting mistakes might show you are a servant-leader. […]
Servant Leadership Principles & Practices
Learn the basic principle and practices of servant leadership in the workplace.
“Managers turn to surveillance software, always-on webcams to ensure employees are (really) working from home” That’s the headline from Drew Harwell’s article last week in The Washington Post.* According to a study by researchers at MIT, nearly half the U.S. labor force is working remotely in response to COVID-19. In the weeks since social-distancing, sheltering in
It’s important for servant-leaders to withdraw and reorient themselves regularly. To focus. To be mindful. To reflect on their leadership.* One great way to do that is with a “Personal Quarterly Meeting” – a PQM, for short.** A PQM is a “one-person” meeting that happens once a quarter. For a PQM, you get away from