In this article, I expand upon four ideas that can aid you in creating a leadership story worth reading.
The leader that earns followership understands their role is a responsibility to serve their people, their customer, and their organization. Truth told, serving is not that difficult. Many of us have an affinity for it. Others do it because they feel it is the right thing to do.
In my view, serving others by itself, is not extraordinary. So let’s examine ways that can make your story worth retelling.
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Today, let’s explore one reason why the best leaders value their people. It comes down to just one idea . . . the gift. Continue reading “Leaders Respect The Gift”
This question is easy to answer when connectivity is disrupted at home.
Take the loss of Wi-Fi for example. When this occurs, we may experience a roar across our house as every device stops. With it, there may be accompanying anger, wailing, and most certainly complaining.
Or maybe this only happens at our place of employment?
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Our story matters. It matters a lot.
While our story belongs to us, we must beware of those who would make it their own. If we are not purposeful, others will take it and rewrite it from their perspective. Fine when it is theirs to tell, but not when it is ours. Therefore, I encourage you to think hard about what belongs in our story and what doesn’t. Continue reading “Who Writes Our Leadership Story Matters”