Servant Leadership Workplace-Admitting Mistakes

5 Reasons Admitting Mistakes Might Show You Are a Servant-Leader

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. […]
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Free Ebook: Quotations for Servant-Leaders

Quotations: adages and aphorisms – epigrams and epitaphs – quips and witticisms – maxims, mottos and memes. Human beings have enjoyed quotations for thousands of years. Quotations can inspire us, inform us and entertain us. When shared – posted on social media or hung outside a cube, for example – they can tell the world […]
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Silence is Not a Servant Leadership Option

Who’s in charge here? That’s the question . . . . . . that no one asked. This weekend, my neighborhood turned out for a protest against racial injustice in the United States. I live on a quiet little street in Atlanta. Word was passed on social media that there would be a demonstration along […]
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Servant Leadership Workplace-Courage Quotes

15 Great Quotes About Courage

Courage is undoubtedly a virtue of great leaders, in the world and in the workplace.* So without further ado, here (in alphabetical order by author) are 15 great quotes about courage: “One isn’t necessarily born with courage, but one is born with potential. Without courage, we cannot practice any other virtue with consistency. We can’t […]
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Servant Leadership Workplace-Win

Servant-Leaders Play to Win

It doesn’t matter whether you win or lose, it’s how you play the game. I remember that adage meaning two things from my childhood days playing sports. First, it’s better to lose fairly than win unfairly. And second, if one gives one’s best effort, the outcome doesn’t matter. I think it’s a good adage, if […]
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servant leadership workplace-negative example

Servant Leadership: Learning by Negative Example

Who taught you about servant leadership? In response to that question, I usually hear names of parents, teachers and coaches. In the workplace, I hear names of great bosses. Sometimes I hear names of historical or religious figures. That is, I hear names of positive examples: Role models and those who walk the servant leadership talk. […]
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