Category Archives: Servant Leadership

The unconditional and selfless serving of others that they may find their greatness and achieve the fullest potential

On the Value of Our Personal Connections

We don’t live alone in the world. Each day brings the opportunity to connect with someone. It could be a simple hello, a conversation or a discussion. In each interaction, whether in words (spoken or written) or body language, as … Continue reading

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On the Transformative Power of Inspirational Leadership

“Inspiration is the wind beneath the wings of progress,” wrote an unknown author. In the realm of great leadership, inspirational leadership, like a guiding star, shines above all others. It is the heartbeat of transformation and the driving force that … Continue reading

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Lessons from a Drowning Scorpion

In a recent Facebook post, Katia Passerini shared learnings from Carl Gustav Jung’s book, The Red Book – The Page. It is a powerful and beautiful metaphor for great leaders’ selfless and unconditional giving. A Zen Master saw a drowning … Continue reading

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When You Thought I Wasn’t Looking

A friend recently shared with me a beautiful poem, When You Thought I Wasn’t Looking, by Mary Korzan. It is written to her mother in a child’s words. She speaks of the simple experiences she observed, and how they impacted … Continue reading

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On Unconditional Love

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross said, “The ultimate lesson all of us have to learn is unconditional love, which is not only for others but ourselves as well.” Oscar Wilde wrote, “To give and not expect return, that is what lies at the … Continue reading

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Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO – His Lesson on Empathy… His Interview Was Over

In the University of Chicago Booth School of Business magazine article, Leadership Lessons from Satya Nadella, by Sandra Jones, Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella shares his thoughts on the three attributes of great leaders “and why none of it matters without … Continue reading

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On Generosity

Robert Lewis Stevenson wrote, “Don’t judge your day by the harvest your reap, but by the seeds that you give away,”. The generosity of your selfless giving is the outward expression of your inner servant leadership and your deep caring … Continue reading

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The Heart of Great Leadership Is Love

Robert Clancy writes, “Great leaders may be found at the top of a mountain looking back upon their challenges, but the greatest leaders are often found at the foot of that mountain still helping others reach the summit.” Leading with … Continue reading

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In Humble and Joyous Recognition of a Role Model of Great Leadership – Colin Powell

Colin Powell is an extraordinary man who served with love. For him, both in his professional and personal life, it was all about people. His was a journey of success by surpassing. It is evidenced in his commitment to his … Continue reading

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Learnings from Pygmalion

In his book, The Happiness Advantage, Shawn Achor reminds great leaders of the great learnings from the Roman poet, Ovid, in his story about Pygmalion. Pygmalion had the gift of looking at a piece of marble and seeing the sculpture … Continue reading

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