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Entries for June 2020

By Owen Phelps, Ph.D. Director, Yeshua Institute We’ve seen a revolution in leadership in the past 50 years. It began when Robert K. Greenleaf published an essay titled "The Servant as Leader" in 1970 -- and actually coined the term “servant leader.”  In 1976, that essay and others by Greenleaf were compiled into a book, Servant Leadership, published by Paulist Press, a Catholic publisher. A movement had begun. The Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, which he founded, explains his connection to a religious publisher this way: “Greenleaf always claimed tha...

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By Thomas H. Dahlborg, MSHSM President, Dahlborg Healthcare Leadership Group (DHLG) Director, Health Care Global Listening Centre Board As many of us seek to be effective leaders at home, at work (but perhaps working from home) and in our communities as COVID-19 continues to impact our lives, it’s an especially timely occasion to talk about the critical importance of being agile. Leadership agility is often defined as having the ability to: Make smart and effective decisions in a rapidly changing world; Being able to anticipate the best way to go forward; Knowing how to inspire – and then doing...

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