When I think of role models of confident humility, it’s hard to imagine a better example than Jesus. Born in a manger, washing feet, hanging out with the poor; yet let’s face it, he had some pretty big asks. From time to time in 2015, I’ll be showcasing examples of leaders across a variety of contexts lead from a place of humble confidence. This Christmas it seemed only appropriate to start with
Twas the night before Christmas The topic was stress Two bloggers were writing Their posts still a mess…
Hashtags for Christmas (an email exchange)
To: Karin@Let’sGrowLeaders From: Regina@CreativelyConscious Re: Christmas Hey Karin. Merry Christmas! Can I stop by and bring you some breakfast? To: Regina@CreativelyConscious From: Karin@Let’sGrowLeaders Re: Christmas Thanks, but I’m on a
Welcome to the Holiday Edition of the Frontline Festival: Expert Advice on Gifts and Giving. In addition to sharing their posts, I invited each thought leader to share their “leadership gift” in one or two words.
Engaging a Giving Spirit
Jon Mertz, Thin Difference shares The Unboxed Life: Giving To lead more fully, we need to unbox our life and engage our giving spirit. When we do this, we
To me the most remarkable part of Christmas is how everything goes from ridiculously busy to a remarkable stop. The end-of-year reviews, the 2013 planning, the rehearsals, the concerts, the shopping, the cooking, the visits, and then the pause. When I walk into a candle lit church, all the chaos seems to melt away. We stop, we remember, we give thanks, we hope. On Christmas, my running also becomes an ironic form of
One of my favorite leadership classics is Jesus CEO by Laurie Beth Jones. It’s an intriguing read on servant leadership. And so, as a Christmas Eve offering, I share some thoughts on Jesus as leader. Laurie Beth reminds us that in addition to everything else, Jesus inspired sustained results through very human leadership techniques.
1. One person trained twelve human beings who
Climate matters in crowds, in teams, in organizations. Does one person have the power to shift the climate from fun to frustrating? Can another person change it back? What can you do?
We were bundled up in our coats and boots, but the biting air still stung as we waited in line for the Hershey Park Christmas show. Sebastian looked up at me with his hot chocolate-stained grin. “Mommy