Tag Archives: Motivation

Servant Leadership

Servant Leadership is a values and relational-based approach to leadership. It involves identifying and meeting the legitimate needs (as opposed to wants) of those entrusted to the care of the leader. This means getting people involved from the “neck up” … Continue reading

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Take Command

One of my favorite books on leadership is It’s Your Ship by Captain D. Michael Abrashoff. “Leadership is earned, not designated.” Captain Abrashoff’s experiences showed him that helping people realize their full potential can lead to attaining goals that would … Continue reading

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Painting a Clear Picture

Painting a clear picture of the target is a fundamental obligation of all managers. People can’t give you what you want unless they know what that is. And because they are not clairvoyant, you have to tell them. Or, better … Continue reading

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Ali’s Greatest Lesson

…. “Champ, I speak to audiences all the time. Would you tell me what the greatest lesson you’ve learned from life is, so I can share it with people?” Ali thought a moment, and then said, “It was February 25, … Continue reading

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