Tag Archives: servant leadership

Service is Defined by the One Being Served


Service is always defined by the one being served – not by the one serving. I am part of a conference team this summer helping the staff in our organization have a truly great experience. Our task is to serve … Continue reading

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The Servant-Leader


I just finished reading The Case for Servant Leadership by Kent Keith for my M.A in Global Leadership class.  I enjoyed the chapter on key practices of Servant-Leaders.  He lists self-awareness, listening, changing the power pyramid, developing people, coaching-not controlling, … Continue reading

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 What is Memorial Day all about?


My father-in-law (Air Force), my son (ARMY) and my dad (USMC) all served overseas. They made it back safely, but many others did not. Memorial Day is about honoring those fallen soldiers who lost their lives in service to our country. … Continue reading

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10 Crucial Qualities of Leaders


Have you recently thought about what you are aiming for as a leader?  I don’t know about you, but I constantly need reminders to keep my vision fresh and my motivation alive.  Recently, in my packing to move and simplify … Continue reading

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