Two of our most popular conversations on LGL involve the concept of confident humility: Humility Matters: 9 Ways Confident Leaders Remain Humble and Can We Teach Humility?
The active dialogue from your inspired comments attracted interest from the extended community. I had the opportunity to extrapolate the converation in an interview with Jesse Lahey on his Engaging Leaders Podcast and in an interview with Mark Tobin. I share each of these conversations today.
Confident Humility: A Podcast
Listen to the podcast here by CLICKING HERE.
- Why humility matters so much in leadership
- Being confident but still remaining humble
- Five ways to teach confident humility
- Confidence + Humility = Credibility
Karin and Jesse also address these questions from listeners:
- Does humility get in the way of executive presence?
- If the concept of humility was not learned as a child… do you really think it can be learned in adulthood, especially if the person has already achieved success or leader status?
An Interview with Mark Tobin
I’m fortunate that practically all my corporate clients genuinely care about leadership and demonstrate this commitment in our engagement. However, many executives claim to be interested in leadership yet their behavior often doesn’t match their speech. I’ve recently crossed paths with a senior leader (not a client) who writes about and demonstrates leadership…. Karin and I both blogged about the coexistence of confidence and humility in leadership and exchanged thoughts (Can Confidence & Humility Coexist in a Leader?). I recently interviewed Karin about our shared thoughts on leaders and leadership. Read the interview by clicking here: Thoughts on Leadership from a Fortune 20 Executive:
How about you, what would you add to the growing conversation on confident humility?