We can be really stupid leaders sometimes and that leads to being a bad boss. I can say this because I’ve done it. I still do it sometimes. I can be a bad boss and I bet you can too. Here’s how: 1. Focus on what your boss thinks of you more than what’s right for the […]
“Return on Relationship = ROI” -Ted Rubin & Kathryn Rose I heard a lot about this book, “Return on Relationship: Relationships are the new currency honor them, invest in them and start measuring your ROR” but hadn’t read it yet. I wanted to, but it wasn’t available on audio, which put it way down on my […]
I’m sorry for the inconsistent posts recently. Rest assured, I haven’t been ignoring you. Instead, I’ve been working on some great content and updates. I used these past several months to finish and publish Paradigm Flip: Leading People, Teams, and Organizations Beyond the Social Media Revolution. In addition, I finally got around to some badly needed […]
I’ve just launched my new book – Paradigm Flip: Leading People, Teams, and Organizations Beyond the Social Media Revolution. It’s a unique perspective on the dovetail of great leadership principles and social media. As I say in the book, it’s not about you and it’s not about me: it’s about how you can better serve […]
As a Modern Servant Leader reader, I bet you’ve done some great leadership reflection – both on yourself and others. Do you have a leadership story to share? It could be a story of great leadership – an example to guide others, or a horrible leadership story – one to caution others. Whatever the case, […]
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In the chapter entitled, “Project Management Leadership: Servant-Leader vs. Subject Matter Expert”, Perry introduces the concept of servant leadership for project managers. In addition, the author presents servant leadership for the PMO in the framework of the 10 servant leadership characteristices defined by Larry Spears (Listening, Empathy, Healing, Awareness, Persuasion, Conceptualization, Foresight, Stewardship, Commitment to the Growth of People and Building Community).