Welcome to the Shepherd Leadership Blog!

The intent of this blog is to begin a conversation that will grow your leadership and transform you into a leader that others want to follow.

If you are tired of the status quo and see leadership in terms of our responsibility to our followers, let’s stop waiting to be picked and become the leaders we would love to follow and our people deserve.

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Leaders to Avoid

Knowing which leaders to avoid emulating is as important as knowing which ones to follow. Who we follow influences our behavior positively or negatively and impacts our career development.

11 Attributes of Trust

We understand that developing high performing teams requires building safe places for people to form relationships, experiment and grow. One of the predecessors to creating safe places for people is the trust we accrue as we engage them on their terms. .


To challenge, encourage, and equip individuals and groups to discover and employ their unique gifts, talents, abilities, and experiences in realizing noble causes that improve the lives of people.

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