Developing Morally and Emotionally Intelligent Strategic Leadership Skills


"The heart of leadership is serving others first, before yourself.
Here’s the problem, most organizations operate from a hierarchical leadership structure. Leaders “move up” the ladder in an organization, and, once there, see themselves “above” their team. Despite its trending status – as well as its undeniable success – most people do not equate leadership to service. Rather than epitomizing humility, influence and meeting people where they are at,  too many leaders think being a leader means power and authority.
Here’s the good news. Some of the top performing companies like Chick-fil-A, Best Buy, UPS, Whole Foods, Starbucks, Ritz Carlton and Southwest Airlines are lead by self-described servant leaders. Their leadership qualities are people-centric, modeling servant leadership behavior and valuing service to others. They are humble – allowing their behavior to communicate their values and their appreciation for their people – and they are vigilant – in promoting the right attitude and belief systems that encourage others to succeed."

Become equipped to lead and influence others for the greater good of the community, for the greater good of the world! Embrace the art and science of leadership!

Listen to Dr. John C. Maxwell: LeaderShift

Consider our dynamic Leadership Development Diploma program.

Call us at (414) 239-2945

"The heart of leadership is serving others first, before yourself.
Here’s the problem, most organizations operate from a hierarchical leadership structure. Leaders “move up” the ladder in an organization, and, once there, see themselves “above” their team. Despite its trending status – as well as its undeniable success – most people do not equate leadership to service. Rather than epitomizing humility, influence and meeting people where they are at,  too many leaders think being a leader means power and authority.
Here’s the good news. Some of the top performing companies like Chick-fil-A, Best Buy, UPS, Whole Foods, Starbucks, Ritz Carlton and Southwest Airlines are lead by self-described servant leaders. Their leadership qualities are people-centric, modeling servant leadership behavior and valuing service to others. They are humble – allowing their behavior to communicate their values and their appreciation for their people – and they are vigilant – in promoting the right attitude and belief systems that encourage others to succeed."

Become equipped to lead and influence others for the greater good of the community, for the greater good of the world! Embrace the art and science of leadership!

Listen to Dr. John C. Maxwell: LeaderShift

Consider our dynamic Leadership Development Diploma program.

Call us at (414) 239-2945