Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival where we’re focusing on Winning Well leadership attributes: Confidence, Humility, Results, and Relationships.
This month’s festival is a celebratory finish line of the Winning Well International Symposium where thought leaders around the world shared guest articles on these four vital leadership attributes.
Thanks to Joy and Tom Guthrie of Vizwerx Group for the great pic and to all our contributors! Next month’s Frontline Festival is all about handling conflict in your team.
You can learn more about our book Winning Well: a Manager’s Guide to Getting Results- Without Losing Your Soul and download our free Wining Well Toolkit here.
If you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life. Marcus Garvey
Robyn McLeod of Thoughtful Leaders Blog shares that building our self-respect strengthens confidence and allows us to be more open to feedback. Why Self-respect is a Key Leadership Skill Follow Robyn.
Do you wish to rise? Begin by descending. You plan a tower that will pierce the clouds? Lay first the foundation of humility. Augustine
Skip Prichard of Leadership Insights leads us in discovering a unique leadership lesson in humility from Pope Francis. You’ll find 12 leadership lessons from the Vatican. Lead With Humility: 12 Lessons from Pope Francis. Follow Skip.
The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual. Vince Lombardi
David Grossman of The Grossman Group tells his story of self-discovery and stresses the value of leaders living authentically so you can be your best self, motivate your teams, and get results by showing leaders how to bring your best to work and bring out the best in others. Respectful Authenticity Follow David.
Artika Tyner of Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Institute shares 5 key lessons on how to achieve results in your business and professional development. 5 Lessons on Business Success from the American Small Business Champion Training. Follow Artika.
Note: We’d like to congratulate Dr. Tyner and the Planting People Growing Justice organization on the national recognition as an American Small Business Champion!
Sean Glaze of Great Results Teambuilding talks about the problem with getting results and buy-in on many teams is that mission statements stay on the walls. It never makes it into the hearts and minds of the people working together to establish a relationship between what they DO and what they are helping to accomplish. How Many Mission Statements Does Your Team Have? Follow Sean.
Hiro Taylor of HeroPay Starting knows starting a small business can be hard. When the times get tough remember these words of wisdom, from some of the most successful people of the last century. Keep your eyes on the prize – in business and in life. Follow Hiro.
Trust is the glue of life. It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships. Stephen Covey
Mike Kappel of Patriot Software, LLC When it comes to leading a team to success, relationships are key. For top results, leaders need to know how to connect with the workforces they manage. How to Be a Team Player in a Leadership Role Follow Mike.
Susan Mazza of Random Acts of Leadership. offers her thoughts on why connection fuel progress, and is the source for progress that is both meaningful and satisfying. We sacrifice that progress when we don’t consciously take the time to just talk to each other — human to human — and take the time to connect meaningfully. 3 Reasons Why Connecting is Essential to Progress Follow Susan.
Tanveer Naseer of Tanveer Naseer Leadership talks about how a leader’s ability to build relationships with their employees is fast becoming a critical key to their success. Learn about 3 strategies to help with this. 3 Keys For Building Relationships With Those You Lead Follow Tanveer.
Jesse Stoner of Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership shares a personal experience of bridging the divide. This is the story of how my brother and I came to terms with our differences and what I learned about how to bridge the divide. Dialogue Bridges the Divide Follow Jesse.