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Serve to Gain or Gain to Serve ? – Part II

Serve to Gain or Gain to Serve ? – Part II

Billionaire and lifestyle guru Martha Stewart of net worth $650 million was convicted of insider trading in 2001. Not one of her 600 employees reached out to her aid. Why? Because her focus was all about pushing her own agenda. Although her aggression did yield immense short-term success, in the end, she was all alone when it really counted. So what’s the solution?

Martha Stewart - a business magnate

Martha Stewart – a business magnate

Servant Leadership

Serve. Serve the mission you believe in, serve your team, and serve your organization. Service means being absolutely clear on the outcome you are committed to, and comes from a place of contribution rather than demanding significance (pusher) or craving significance (pleaser). The intent is different. Most people have Continue reading “Serve to Gain or Gain to Serve ? – Part II” »