The Serving Leader
Servant leaders are at the helm of some of the world’s largest companies. Rather than be served, servant leaders put the needs of their people and organizations first, helping them reach new heights. As this happens, measurable improvements in employee engagement and customer satisfaction occur, leading to greater productivity and profitability.
One of the books that helped shaped this movement is The Serving Leader by John Stahl-Wert and Ken Jennings. Since its first publication, it has sold more than 120,000 copies worldwide. Best-selling author and leadership expert Ken Blanchard called the book “the most practical guide available to implementing servant leadership in your life and work.”
Set aside an hour this week to watch as John and Ken share the real-life inspiration behind the book and explain how Serving Leadership can revolutionize your world. You will learn about The 5 Actions℠ of the Serving Leader model and how they have transformed organizations like the Cleveland Clinic, and discover a practical leadership approach that flips hierarchic models upside down and equips you to make a real difference.
If you enjoyed this video, you may also enjoy our upcoming webinar with Lisa Fain And Lois Zachary, as they discuss bridging differences for better mentoring. The workplace has become more diverse: mentors and mentees come from very different backgrounds and have limited understanding of each other’s cultures and outlooks. But mentoring remains the most powerful tool for creating meaningful relationships, furthering professional development, and increasing engagement and retention.
Join Lisa and Lois on February 27th at 2:30 pm (EST) to gain insight into increasing your own self-awareness and preparing to embrace and leverage differences within mentoring relationships. If you've ever wondered how to bridge the diversity gaps in your mentoring relationships, this webinar is for you! Learn more and register here.