It is much more rewarding to get to the top of the mountain and share your experience with others than to show up by yourself, exausted.
Humble leaders trust more easily because they realize that the world does not rest solely on their shoulders.
Effective leaders have the ability to serve and appreciate others while at the same time enabling them to achieve greatness.
To show courage you must be in tune with your core values, understand your own fears and desires, committed to your integrity and tenacious in your ability to live it all in the face of oppostion.
Get to the next level by learning the art of investing in people.
Consider meekness as a character trait to develop and then you will leave a leagcy as a leader who influenced and touched lives.
Face the truth about what is standing in the way of your intention.
Patience is not a natural gift of a leader, it is a learned one. The more you broaden your awareness, understanding, and compassion, the better results you will get out of your people.
The waves are rough in a sea of adversity. Learning to swim in that setting provides you with one heck of an opportunity.
I think forgiveness is a missing key to corporate success.