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Servant Leadership

A Black CEO's Conversations with His White Friends

According to 2020 U.S. Census data, the poverty rates for Black and Hispanic people in the United States have dipped to historic lows. While this is good news, the report also notes that "Blacks and...
Servant Leadership

In the Eye of the Hurricane: Mindfulness for Performance and Life

You might not normally think of professional athletes meditating and engaging in mindfulness. And yet superstar athletes like Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan have used these principles to help improve...
Servant Leadership

Getting Comfortable with Conflict

Most people try to avoid conflict when at all possible. It's something we're taught from a young age.  Most people try to avoid conflict when at all possible. It's something we're taught from a young...
Servant Leadership

Shining Your Light Into the World

What’s the secret to having a great day? It’s all about deciding to have one.  Dr. Srikumar Rao sees his work as helping people break out of the cages they’ve built for themselves. Rao, an elite...
Servant Leadership

The First Habit Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know

Back in the heady days of the dot-com boom, Lewis Schiff founded and successfully sold two companies. However, it was only after he started to write books about entrepreneurship and investing —...
Servant Leadership

Why Compassion is Important for Leaders

Our modern brains have learned to seek instant gratification. But when we’re always running to the next opportunity, meaningful connections are left behind.
Servant Leadership

How to Have Faith in Your Goals Against the Odds

Sister Lucy Kurien doesn’t think she’s qualified to give advice. By the end of this article, you may politely disagree.
Servant Leadership

What Leaders Can Learn From Self-Compassion

When was the last time you stopped picking apart a project you’ve completed, and simply congratulated yourself for a job well done? Or, better yet, accepted a mistake you made without spending hours...
Servant Leadership

How to Run a Social Enterprise That Really Makes a Difference

Being kind has never been cooler, judging by the number of companies engaging in social missions. 
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Servant Leadership

4 Ways Loving Kindness & Mindfulness Can Change Your Life

For over 45 years, Sharon Salzberg has been a prominent figure in bringing mindfulness and meditation into mainstream Western culture. She is the New York Times bestselling author of Real Happiness:...
Tom Rippin of On Purpose
Servant Leadership

How Businesses Are Thriving With Purpose And Systems Thinking

Profits matter in business. Without profit and cash, organizations simply can’t survive. But, without purpose, business can seem empty.Today, more people than ever believe so, and they’re championing...
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Servant Leadership

Why Great Principals Boost Equity & Excellence In K-12 Education

As Director of the Education Reform Initiative at the George W. Bush Institute in Dallas, Texas, Anne Wicks gets a rare insight into the highest levels of leadership. It’s commonplace for Anne to...
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Can The Congressional Problem Solvers Caucus Rebuild A Bipartisan United States?

In a nation that feels more divided than ever, Nancy Jacobson wants politicians, leaders, and citizens alike to put labels aside and solve our biggest problems together. As the founder and CEO of No...