In recent weeks, it has become clear that 2021 will be another exciting and historical year. Since January, there have been unparalleled changes on the social, political, and economic levels nationwide. Now more than ever, leaders must check their egos at the door and get to work.
Maybe you are and maybe you are not ready for a crisis…But, that is neither here nor there when it happens. Actually, one of the most important duties that you can execute is to simply be prepared for the unexpected. That sounds counterintuitive since you cannot prepare for what you do not know will happen. […]
It is no surprise that leaders vary in their ability to empower others. Some rule. Others govern. In fact, I would guess that only a small percentage of leaders actually focus on servant leadership. Some have de facto leadership positions, others are named as a successor, and unexpected leaders are those assume the helm without […]
Too often we assume that leaders are the ones in charge. No, not always. Guess again. Some amazing women leaders who worked behind the scenes will be awarded congressional gold medals. Real-life African-American female pioneers will be honored with the Congress Medal of Freedom and include mathematician Katherine Johnson, engineer Christine Darden, as well as […]
September 17 is National Good Citizenship Day and a perfect day for leaders to celebrate too! Throughout the month, people who lead and serve others can think of creative ways to supportive and good citizens. While it’s not a complicated task, it can be as simple as having a positive attitude and being respectful. Here […]