Friday Oct 24 CCRDA. Servant Leadership. At the end of the day leadership isn’t about us. It’s not really even about the people we’re leading . It’s about whether God gets served. Thomas Addington and Stephen Graves in “Holistic Leadership” The L ife@Work Journal (Sept-Oct 2000) 96.
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It’s not really even about the people we’re leading.
It’s about whether God gets served.
Thomas Addington and Stephen Graves in “Holistic Leadership” The Life@Work Journal (Sept-Oct 2000) 96
A leader lives with God in order to solve them.
Dr. John C. Maxwell
“Ultimately, a leader is not judged so much by how well he or she leads, but how well he or she serves. All value and contribution are achieved through service. Do we have any other purpose in life but to serve?”
“The great spiritual gift that comes as one takes the inward journey is to know for certain that who I am does not depend on what I do.
Identity doesn’t depend on degrees.
It doesn’t depend on functioning.
It depends only on the simple fact that I am a child of God, valued and treasured for what I am.
When a leader knows that – the classroom is different, the hospital is different, and the office is different. ... Dr. Parker J. Palmer