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Lead Humbly: The Path of Servant Leadership

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This presentation was created for and delivered to attendees of the 6th Annual University of Colorado CUGold Leadership Conference. …

This presentation was created for and delivered to attendees of the 6th Annual University of Colorado CUGold Leadership Conference.
http://umc.colorado.edu/studentlife/cugold/leadershipconf

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  • 1. LEAD HUMBLY The Path of Servant Leadership
  • 2. WHO’S TALKING? Lindy Ryan, MAL Editor-in-Chief of Radiant Advisors & Faculty at City University of Seattle Graduate School of Business
  • 3. WHAT IS LEADERSHIP? Raise your hands. (seriously)
  • 4. lead⋅er⋅ship (noun) [lee-der-ship] 1. a person who guides or directs a group 2. ability to lead 3. an act or instance of leading; guidance 4. the leaders of a group
  • 5. LEADERSHIP is the ability and act of guiding and motivating a group of people toward a common purpose. 5  
  • 6. QUESTION #1 Who are leaders?
  • 7. “Don’t let the noise of others drown out your inner voice.” - Steve Jobs, Apple
  • 8. “I always knew I was destined for greatness.” -Oprah
  • 9. “By giving the people the power to share, we’re making the world more transparent.” -Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook 9  
  • 10. “I really hope I can make a difference, even in the smallest way.” – Duchess Kate Middelton
  • 11. ANSWER: You…and me.
  • 12. QUESTION #2 Are all leaders good?
  • 13. “I have the duty to be a fighter for truth and justice.” - Adolf Hitler
  • 14. “I’m a catalyst for change.” - Rupert Murdoch News Corp
  • 15. ANSWER: No. Not all leaders are “good.”
  • 16. THE ULTIMATE QUESTION How do I become a “good” leader?
  • 17. -> SERVANT <- LEADERSHIP
  • 18. “Servant leadership begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first. Then conscious choice brings one to aspire to lead.” - Robert Greenleaf
  • 19. “We must be the change we wish to see.” – Mahatma Gandhi
  • 20. “Change happens by listening, then starting a dialogue with the people who are doing something you don’t believe is right.” - Jane Goodall
  • 21. “A man can’t ride your back unless it’s bent.” - MLK Jr.
  • 22. WAIT... How can I be a servant leader?
  • 23. TEN Characteristics of a Servant Leader
  • 24. #1 Listen and Understand  
  • 25. show Empathy #2
  • 26. #3 Lend a helping hand
  • 27. #4 be aware
  • 28. be Persuasive #5
  • 29. dream #6 Great
  • 30. #7 Think Ahead
  • 31. #8 Be a Steward
  • 32. Grow. Grow. Grow. Grow. #9
  • 33. Build community #10
  • 34. LISTEN BE EMPATHETIC LEND A HAND BE AWARE BE PERSUASIVE DREAM BIG LOOK AHEAD BE A STEWARD GROW BUILD COMMUNITY
  • 35. SECRET INGREDIENT Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
  • 36. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (sometimes called EQ) is the ability to fully understand oneself and relate well with others.
  • 37. Four points for moral Leadership
  • 38. Set noble goals
  • 39. Take active steps to pursue them  
  • 40. Pay a price yourself
  • 41. Ask others to pay a price as well
  • 42. TAKE-AWAYS: ª  ª  ª  ª  ª  THE LEADER IN YOU GOOD VERSUS BAD LEADERS WHO ARE SERVANT LEADERS EQ: THE SECRET INGREDIENT 10 CHARACTERISTICS OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP ª  4 POINTS FOR MORAL LEADERSHIP
  • 43. THANK YOU @lindy_ryan lindy.ryan@radiantadvisors.com lryan@cityu.edu

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