Servant Leaders Praise Excellence
Work that exceeds expectations will cause servant leaders to praise those who brought about amazing results. Careful observation is important when we want to offer valuable insight that will inspire our teams to do even more on upcoming projects. Without details, most praise statements will sound weak and generic. Words […]

Servant Leaders Praise Excellence

Servant leaders ask questions
Whenever servant leaders begin to wonder, the time has come to ask more questions of the people involved. Valuable information is available for those who are at the helm. Better decisions come from multiple minds that are charged with offering thoughts and ideas to improve the situation. Wisdom dictates that […]

Servant Leaders Gather Feedback

Servant Leaders Discover Talents
Countless business details require constant attention from servant leadersĀ  who care enough to ensure the best possible outcome. In the earliest days of a business, there is ONE person whose oversight guides the operation through every twist and turn. After a certain point, growth demands that the team is expanded […]

Servant Leaders Delegate With Purpose

In every situation, servant leadership evolves from our best leadership intentions. As leaders, we strive to be consistent, but circumstances can create the need to be more directly involved than we really want to be. In our daily efforts to complete the endless tasks that support the business, the greatest […]

Servant Leadership In Action

Servant Leaders Think Like Einstein
Brilliant observation brings servant leaders to the conclusion that the current approach to business will never meet the future with success. What starts as an uneasy sense of dread devolves into the realization that something is systemically wrong. By the time that the leader recognizes the current reality, the team […]

Servant Leaders Employ Strategy to Create a New Future

Somewhere along the way, we’ve come to expect leaders to have all the answers, which is contradictory to the servant leader role. Anyone who has taken a new position, or started a new business, should be given some leeway to learn from others. The people who manage the daily routine […]

The Servant Leader in a New Role