Jeremy Kingsley (member profile, website) wrote a post about loyalty over at the TLNT blog.  He contrasted “short-term, bottom-line thinking” to loyalty and pointed out 5 negative impacts of that kind of disloyal environment.  He explained how those five impacts reduced the overall productivity and output of an organization by disengaging employees and making people feel as if they didn’t count.  He then went on to relate a rare and compelling story about Ernest Shackelton’s failed 1915 expedition.  Learn what this man did for his crew and Jeremy’s 8 principles to build loyalty.  Make sure to go check it out!

Mike Henry

Mike Henry

Chief Instigator at Lead Change Group
Mike is the Chief Instigator of the Lead Change Group and co-author with 20 other Lead Change Instigators, of The Character-Based Leader: Instigating a Leadership Revolution... One Person At A Time. His mission: Elevate Purpose, Mobilize People. (Or is it Elevate People, Mobilize Purpose...) He's passionate about energizing motivated people to make a positive difference. Please comment below or click on Mike's social media links to connect.
Mike Henry

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Interested in applying Christian principles in business and making a difference through relationships. Founder, Lead Change Group Leadership Teamwork Christian
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Mike is co-author with 20 other Lead Change Instigators, of The Character-Based Leader: Instigating a Leadership Revolution... One Person At A Time. Check it out!