Do you persuade? Or do you coerce?
Do you encourage? Or do you order?
Do you offer help? Or do you expect to be helped?
Do you respond to the complaints of workers?
Or do you complain about them?
Do you reward? Or do you take credit?
These questions strike at the paradox of what it means to be a servant leader. The traditional image of the leader is of taking charge, giving orders and wielding power. Leaders do and should have power. But, if the meaning of power is misguided by tradition, it may be used for the wrong reasons and the wrong outcomes. Servant leadership strives to put power into the hands of those being led–a revolutionary notion–but one that is necessary to improve the lives of the members of an organization, a business or a society.
Furthermore, effective organizational leaders must know how to manage themselves, how to maintain a positive attitude, how to foster positive relationships with their teams, and how to effectively appreciate their employees.
How We Can Help
It takes leadership at all levels of an organization to stay on course and carry out the mission of the organization.
Cherry Hill Consulting Group,
in addition to executive coaching,
works to strengthen and build teams,
assess corporate energy levels,
and cultural relationships.
Basic issues such as implementing motivational meetings, utilizing Expectation Memos, reviewing human resource practices for person-centeredness (employee), and recruitment and retention strategies are also areas of interest and expertise.
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It would be our pleasure to custom build
a leadership development program for organizational staff members.
We would enjoy working with you to add humor and a bit of spice to your organizational recipes.
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