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Lead by serving others in a time of crisis

Join our CEO in sharing stories of #LeadingWithPurpose amid COVID-19

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CEO headshot: Brad Preber In this time of uncertainty, I’d like to revisit some of the themes in my Servant Leadership Series from last fall – because if there is a time to lead by serving others, invest in personal relationships, and establish a sense of purpose, this is it.

The Servant Leadership characteristics that resonate most with me in the midst of COVID-19 are empathy, healing, conceptualization and committing to the growth of others. In the next month, I’ll dedicate each week to one of these four characteristics and invite you to join me in sharing how they resonate with you as we respond and look forward.

Your personal stories – about how you or someone you know has led by serving others – can be in the form of an article, a thought or even a photo using the hashtag #LeadingWithPurpose. Our hope is to collect posts from colleagues, clients, friends and LinkedIn connections to share as a source of inspiration for all who are leading through uncertain times. See the posts and links below, as well as a few of my previous insights from my original Servant Leadership Series.

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Here’s a great read about the importance of investing in your team, empowering their growth and equipping them with the skills they need to rise above the uncertainties of COVID-19.
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How are you or someone you know building momentum to adapt to the new realities of COVID-19? Here are 4 considerations for leaders to spark innovation (hint: think purpose first).
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Stress is necessary in times of uncertainty, it’s how we manage it that’s important. Leaders can help others by connecting, finding healing through nature and showing gratitude.
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Leaders can help employees navigate the trauma of COVID-19 by using empathy to help them heal. Helping employees heal now will help them thrive in the future. Here are ways to lead with empathy.
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Put simply, a leader’s calling is self-sacrifice. It’s what inspires loyalty from teammates and a high performing culture. Here’s a list of 17 things every leader should willingly give up to help empower their team...
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Self-awareness equips us with the skill sets needed to better understand what drives our behaviors, grow as leaders and empower those around us. Here are some ways to help embrace this trait...
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If more leaders shared the objective of healing humanity, both physically and psychologically, and making decisions that incorporated well-being and not exclusively economics—something that all leaders...
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“Problem solvers aren't the real heroes. Problem predictors are.” This Inc. article lays out seven questions leaders and teammates should ask themselves to develop better foresight and proactively solve...