There is a leadership void in America. We need leaders who recognize the power of the ancient virtue of humility. Leaders who are for others, not just for themselves. Leaders who will rise up and lead with integrity, honor and trust. Leaders who care more about the cause than the applause.
We need secure, confident, humble leaders. Here are 10- traits of humble presidents that can benefit all leaders.
As I’ve worked with leaders from top companies and organizations around America, I’ve seen how pride can weaken a leader. I’ve also seen how humility can strength a leader. Here are five key benefits of humility I’ve noticed.
True humility isn’t thinking less of yourself. It’s not being outwardly humble, while harboring pride. And it’s not being weak. True humility is service to others, service to a cause greater than your own personal ambition.
When you give up your rights to be right and simply apologize for your actions you will gain an inner peace that comes with humility.
Every four years our country elects a president, whether an incumbent or a new leader. In this process the candidates make themselves ready in their promotion efforts to describe why they are the best person to lead this great nation. Yet, we must remember that this process is not about the candidates, but rather about the constituents – the voters [...]