Can I get 1 minute of your time? I’ve been running this blog to advocate servant leadership adoption and digital media action, for free, since 2008. In all that time, I don’t recall asking you for a favor. Today though, I have a favor to ask. It should only take a minute of your time. I […]
This morning, ModernServantLeader.com surpassed 900 subscribers. I want to thank you, each and every one, for your continued support of our mission: To promote Servant Leadership awareness, adoption and action with an emphasis on modern business and technology. While 900 subscribers is small in comparison to some mega-blogs, this is still 900+ people who regularly […]
Advanced degrees are in no danger of being replaced by publishing models. However, more professionals are finding similar benefits from publishing.
Peer-to-peer microfinance lending solutions drive ongoing investments, a “pay it forward” approach and a fiscal incentive.
Social media and modern technology provide us a wealth of opportunities to learn from leading experts and leadership development. Here are some tips…
Early in our careers we typically seek formal training and request feedback openly and frequently. Yet, later in our career, it seems we tend to cease these practices or at least, hide them.
Next time you contemplate a leadership conference, consider these benefits and more, then commit yourself to, as the Chick-Fil-A Leadercast says, “Be The One”.
Signs you may need to take a “minute” and pause at work:
1. You are in a constant state of reaction, rather than planning
2. You make decisions to get them off your plate rather than to address the problem…
“I’m not perfect and he’s not perfect. We both have weaknesses. However, he forgives bits of me and I forgive bits of him, because together, we work.”
After losing control of my car in winter weather, I came to rest in a ditch. Never one to pass up an opportunity to learn form my mistakes (and share them with you), I saw a lot of leadership lessons in this experience. I listed a few here.