The crowning achievement of leadership

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Perhaps the crowning achievement of leadership is being able to provide others with the same type of game changing opportunities that we were blessed with.

In the giving we receive.

Servant leadership.

Looks good on paper, but can we do it without thinking about it?

Workplace (and personal) culture is what we think and do, without thinking.

Being intentional is the most important characteristic determining whether your personal culture works for you or against you.

You are the CEO of You, Inc.

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Published by jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites.

2 replies on “The crowning achievement of leadership”

  1. Jeff,

    You are right – servant leadership looks great on paper, but getting people to react that way intentionally can sometimes be the hardest thing to do. It has to become a not just a conscious mindset, but a “heartset,” where it becomes instinctive to your character.

    Bob

  2. There is no greater leadership tactic than simply being a great example.

    And by great example, i mean balanced, for starters.

    The first victory is over self.

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