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Do You Have Genuine Leadership Humility?

Do you have genuine leadership humility ? This has been a frequent topic in leadership development discussions. It seems we’ve gotten ourselves stuck in a focus on “me”, rather than “we.” To shift this mindset, humility must become a more popular leadership practice.
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Genuine Leadership Humility:
Conversations Matter!

When it comes to genuine leadership humility, conversations matter! When I talk with my coaching clients on this subject, I find that many leaders still believe workplace humility is a detriment, not an advantage. Some believe that authority, power and even intimidation are best to run organizations and achieve results. Being understood is more important […]
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What is Genuine Leadership Humility?

I’ve been writing on the topic of genuine leadership humility—but what, exactly, is it? True humility is a response of noble character, based on a choice to regard the needs of others ahead of one’s own. At its heart, humility is characterized by a desire to serve and dedication to bettering others. It isn’t something […]
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Genuine Leadership Humility:
The Key for Our Future

It’s rare to find leaders with enough self-confidence to be humble, but when I hear about a company that has undergone transformation to become top-performing, know what I typically find? Genuine leadership humility.
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The Unmitigated Power of Leadership Humility

It seems to me that we’re living in an era of self-celebration and those who often make the most noise get the attention. And it’s really no surprise: today’s leaders face innumerable challenges with employee disengagement, cloud-based speed of commerce, political correctness, cultural diversity, social sensitivities and a hyper-focus on efficiency. Pressure to succeed is […]
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Create a Culture of Trust:
The Power of Accountability

It may seem near impossible to create a culture of trust when organizational morale and engagement are lowered by people who can’t be counted on. They flame resentments and dissatisfaction throughout the organization. But can holding people personally accountable promote positivity, unity and build trust? There is a paradoxical truth in the power of accountability.
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Create a Culture of Trust with Empowerment

Are the people in your organization empowered to trust? Consider this: Leaders confer the highest levels of authority and trust on employees who effectively complete tasks, resolve problems and make fair decisions. These employees, in turn, become more open to trusting others. Trust is a commodity people spend in proportion to what they receive. You […]
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Create a Culture of Trust:
Foster Positivity and Unity

As I mentioned in a previous post, I’ve been doing a lot of reading on future focused books, specifically what neuro-science reveals about social intelligence, the shifts (and disruptions) in technology and perspectives (“we” vs. “me”), and principles that underpin business and life. It’s pretty clear to me how leaders can create a culture of trust […]
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Create a Culture of Trust:
Be the Standard-Bearer

Like it or not, as a leader you are the standard-bearer. You model the standards of integrity throughout the entire organization, so it’s important to recognize the values and expectations you are communicating through words, actions, policies and procedures. Where do you draw the lines on truthfulness, honesty and respectfulness? Is positivity expected?  If you […]
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Create A Culture of Trust:
How to Shape Your Future

I’ve been doing a lot of reading on future focused books, specifically what neuro-science reveals about social intelligence, the shifts (and disruptions) in technology and perspectives (“we” vs. “me”), and principles that underpin business and life. If you want to shape the future of your organization, create a culture of trust.
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