The progression from student to first job, applying experience to problem solving, followed by increased responsibility, then being somewhat relied upon in your department and the next thing. You’re a junior manager – welcome to the early stages of leadership!
Welcome to AboutLeaders’ new series, ‘A Leadership Interview With…’ where we highlight contributors of AboutLeaders to learn more about them and their background in leadership. This week we have David McCuistion, who grew up in Tennessee, and loves teaching about Servant Leadership.
“I don’t care what you know until I know how much you care.”
Are you fully satisfied with the growing uncivil culture magnified through movies, TV programs and society in general? How does it affect your leadership, more specifically your "serving the needs of others" nature, which your behaviors broadcasts to those with whom you interact?
Every year leaders around the world make an honest effort to become exceptional leaders through the creation of New Year’s Resolutions – most of which are never achieved.
At times, leaders must choose between doing the right thing for employees over sacrificing standards to increase the bottom line. Learn about the kinds of courage it takes to be a Servant Leader.
Leadership qualities and traits can be developed by anyone. It is often taken for granted that leadership is about leaders who are leading followers in the organization to great heights of achievements.
The servant leader knows Empathy is one of the twelve characteristics of Servant Leadership.
Servant Leadership practices are intrinsically motivating. That said, all forms and practices of leadership are motivating to some extent, but most do not motivate employees and team members to higher lives of enthusiasm. Maslow’s Hierarchy of motivation suggests that the highest level of motivation provides for opportunities of personal growth. Ideally, individual motivation, i.e. personal
Multiple Intelligences are rarely, if ever, talked about in leadership circles.