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Leading Edge Journal

Secrets to a Leader’s Revitalization

Posted by Brenna McAvinney Bonis on Sep 17, 2018 10:34:34 AM

“Lighten up on yourself. No one is perfect. Gently accept your humanness.” –Deborah Day

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Topics: Lesson in Leadership, leadership, pursuing wholeness, workforce reneweal, effective leadership, servant leadership

Avoiding Burnout: Renewal Requires More than Rest

Posted by Dr. Joel Hoomans on Sep 15, 2014 10:06:00 AM

Amidst all kinds of interest these days in things like renewable energy sources and personal wellness, one has to wonder why we don't see more written in the popular press on the subject of renewing people.  It is a discussion that should be facilitated by leaders. Author Robert Greenleaf is credited with coining the term 'servant-leadership' and one of the ten characteristics that he deemed critical to servant-leadership is 'healing and serving.'  In defining this healing trait he went on to say that "...implicit in the compact between servant-leader and led [those he or she leads], is the understanding that the search for wholeness is something they share" (Greenleaf, 1991, p. 27).

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Topics: Leading Edge Journal, Lesson in Leadership, business, Graduate Business, pursuing wholeness, workforce reneweal

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