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Leadership Humility: How Can I Coach Humility in my Team? (Video)

by | Apr 4, 2022 | Asking For a Friend Featured |

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Developing the dance between ambition and humility, especially in your successful team members who may not demonstrate much leadership humility, requires intentional coaching. Amer Kaissi and I discuss this in part 3 (of 3) in our Asking for a Friend series based on concepts from his book, Humbitious: The Power of Low-Ego, High-Drive Leadership.

How Do I Coach and Develop Leadership Humility in a Team Member?

(See also: How to Manage Strong, Arrogant, Slightly Obnoxoius High Performer)

1:00 The challenge of helping high-performers that lack the humility skill set.

How do we help them merge ambition and leadership humility?
Give them a coach (the gift of coaching.)
If you can’t, then YOU start acting as a coach by asking open-ended questions.

4:24 Listening – the value of coming to a coaching session with a plateful of feedback (via Julie Winkle Giulioni)

We all have blind spots, so 360 listening is valuable.
The way others see you tends to be more accurate than how you see yourself- develop leadership humility by sharing more opportunities for feedback

5:30 What other insights does Amer want to leave with us?

What about people who have been successful even though they aren’t humble?

That is more the exception to the rule. They also tend to succeed in the short term. Imagine their success IF they ALSO had humility. If you want to leave a legacy, focus on an intentional merge of humility and ambition.

8:39 How to find more from Amer

Your turn: Have you worked with a successful person who lacked leadership humility? How would you coach them?

Previous Posts/Episodes in this series on with Karin Hurt and Amer Kaissi

Part 1: Can I Be Both Humble AND Ambitious?

Part 2: Leadership Humility: Can I Be Driven and Humble

More on Confident Humility

If you’re interested in this topic, you won’t want to miss our 6 Concepts You Can’t Lead Without

 

Karin Hurt

Karin Hurt helps human-centered leaders find clarity in uncertainty, drive innovation, and achieve breakthrough results.  She’s the founder and CEO of Let’s Grow Leaders, an international leadership development and training firm known for practical tools and leadership development programs that stick. She’s the award-winning author of four books including Courageous Cultures: How to Build Teams of Micro-Innovators, Problem Solvers, and Customer Advocates and Winning Well: A Manager’s Guide to Getting Results-Without Losing Your Soul and a hosts the popular Asking For a Friend Vlog on LinkedIn. A former Verizon Wireless executive, Karin was named to Inc. Magazine’s list of great leadership speakers. Karin and her husband and business partner, David Dye, are committed to their philanthropic initiative, Winning Wells – building clean water wells for the people of Cambodia.

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