The Servant-Leader’s Night Before Christmas – 2020 Edition

Modern Servant Leader

All I want for Christmas is Servant Leadership. Sat on Zoom hoping a leader would come, on their behalf. Tired of the power model still in the air, They hoped a servant-leader, soon would be there. Leaders won’t focus on fame, or their name in lights.

Leadership in Cybersecurity

N2Growth Blog

Today’s security leader must keep their pulse on a plethora of security initiatives. Below is a list of security initiatives that a security leader would either manage or have parallel impact upon within a business: Data security. Human resource leadership. Today’s information security leaders are faced with: Technology aligned reporting structure. Security leaders are primarily reporting to the CIO. Digital Transformation cyber leadership security

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Humility and Leadership | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

While many people immediately conjure-up an image of the ever so confident, bombastic extrovert without an ounce of humility as the picture of what constitutes a real leader, nothing could be further from the truth. Leaders need to understand that being authentically humble humanizes them, allows them to build stronger trust bonds, and engenders confidence & loyalty from peers and subordinates alike. True leaders possess a quiet confidence that attracts attention like a magnet.

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Memorial Day Leadership Lessons

N2Growth Blog

As a veteran and lifelong student of leadership I have always found Memorial Day weekend to be one of the most meaningful and significant of all holidays. In today’s post I’ll share two events which occurred over the past week that inspired me to write about why I believe all business executives can learn valuable leadership lessons from those in uniform. The strongest leaders are in fact the most compassionate leaders.

Pastor, Don’t be Afraid of Good Leadership

Ron Edmondson

Over the years of writing this blog, the more I have written about leadership and tied it to the church the more critics would email to say I shouldn’t. I shouldn’t tie leadership and the church together so closely. People have said I focus too much on leadership and not enough on Jesus. I once got criticized as a pastor for using the word “revenue” instead of “tithes and offerings” when mentioning church finances. Ruth was a leader.

Could Your Next CEO Come from Any Department?

Modern Servant Leader

Do you value operations, maintenance, customer service , engineering, information technology , sales , finance, marketing , accounting – all departments, equally? Therefore, your organization is best served by looking across the entire company for future leaders. We often hear others say, this is an “engineering run company”, or this is a “sales run company” In these organizations, engineering or sales are typically the grooming grounds for leadership.

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Leaders: Born or Made? | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

Posted on July 20th, 2010 by admin in Leadership By Mike Myatt , Chief Strategy Officer, N2growth Leaders: born or made? Both – some people are born with innate qualities that predispose them to being leaders, and other people while not naturally gifted with leadership ability can acquire it. Moreover, all leaders, born or made, can improve their ability with desire, experience and effort. They were the born leaders we all grew up with.

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All That We Need

Chris Brady

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Why Your Employees Count as Much as Your Clients

Strategy Driven

What effective managers and leaders must recognize is that it begins with caring about the people who drive your business. Managers and leaders are not made equal. While management focuses on control, organization, and supervision, leadership is the ability to inspire, motivate, and influence to empower others to create organizational success. But what separates managers from leaders is not power or control. Empowering Employees Empowers Leaders.

Why Consensus Kills Team Building | N2Growth Blog

N2Growth Blog

He is one of my favorite leadership bloggers, and hopefully we’ll still be on speaking terms after this post. Team building basics are often overlooked by ineffective leaders or unproductive companies. However great leaders and highly productive organizations always focus on team building as a key priority. Real leadership means knowing when you should make the decision and when you should let others make the decision. I work with a small group of leaders.

Competing on Service: Eleven Ways to Beat the Competition by ‘Hugging’ Your Customers

Strategy Driven

It focuses on the major management challenges that successful start-ups encounter when leaders decide to grow and scale their businesses. Twelve cases are written as narratives with multiple teaching points, but without a focus on a particular business decision; the remaining twenty-three cases were written around specific conundrums related to strategy, operations, finance, marketing, leadership, culture, human resources, organizational design, business model, and growth.

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Genteel Back-Channeling

Chris Brady

Posted by Chris Brady at 11:34 AM in LLR Daily Application | Permalink Technorati Tags : behavior , leadership , organizations , team Reblog (0) | | Digg This | Save to | | TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Genteel Back-Channeling : Comments Chris don't hold back tell us what you really think Hehehe Your blog is always the highlight of my day. You are a true servant-leader.