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It’s hard to deny the presence of trendy coffee shops, new boutique businesses, and soaring housing costs as signs of gentrification for pockets of urban cities historically kept for low income and minority communities. While the influx of new residents, businesses, and revitalization efforts has boosted neighborhood economics and aesthetics, for the servant-leader it raises the […]

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Greenleaf wrote that “Leading entails risk or requires a venturesome spirit, or both.”   What does that say to us if we don’t like to take risks or don’t have a “venturesome spirit”?  What does that say about our ability to lead? If those attributes are essential, as Greenleaf suggests, how might I develop them?   […]

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Don Frick penned Robert Greenleaf’s biography. He often regales audiences with the stories of the man who started a movement almost 50 years ago. Don often marveled at the way “Bob” listened: long stretches of silence with well-placed questions targeted at helping the other discover their own path forward. There are three Greenleaf quotes that […]

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