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Born to be a Winner
WINNER vs LOSER
The effective leader is team centered
Take time for others
Four Tips To Develop Your Convidence
Profile of the creative leader
Hear honest feedback
Choose to have a positive attitude
Lead with resolve
Fall and Rise Again!
Empower others, not overpower them.
Choose to listen, not just hear
The traits of servant leaders
Power of a Purpose
The Gold Mine Inside You
Dominion Mandate Leadership
People are like potatoes
Leading by serving doesn’t make a person weak, indecisive or trapped by a desire to be loved by everyone. Rather, leading by serving means you lead with trust rather than intimidation. You seek to influence rather than rule. It means you lead people and focus on the greater good of others, the entire team and the business, rather than seek your own personal good.
Humility is a key characteristic of a servant leader. Every person has an ego. We are born with it. Ego is part of our humanity. People need to learn how to manage their ego. Humility usually isn’t a trait promoted in most business books, but it is the vital element in the servant leadership that Jesus Christ modeled.
Humility is the secret key that unlocks all other elements of the servant leadership model. It means
- You serve others first, not yourself.
- You serve both internal and external customers
- You place the needs of others before your own.