What does it look like when you have earned the trust of others?
When my daughter was a little girl and we would go to the swimming pool. She would love to go to the side of the pool and jump into my arms as I would wait for her a few feet out in the water. Continue reading “Putting trust to the test”
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”
The second principle of shepherding centers on how we engage with others. Shepherding requires that we enter the world of others differently. Continue reading “Entering The World Of Others”
While seasons change, our commitment to our people remains.
Exemplary leaders frame their role in terms of their responsibilities to others and understand that their teams go through seasons that affect performance.
Becoming the leader that people will follow requires that we communicate change effectively.
As leaders that look to earn followership, we should find ways to show kindness to people going through tough periods. I had this opportunity last week as I went to exchange something at a big-box retailer. Continue reading “Connecting Through Kindness”