Humility is an asset. You often hear that people are not humble when they seem to brag about their achievements and successes. This means when people live in an expensive house, drive big cars or wear flashy dresses, they are not humble. As a child, I learned about the subject of humility from a Biblical perspective. I only understood it in part and never really thought about humility with respect to leadership behavior or teamwork. However, I’m often confused on where to draw the line between staying humble to the level of being disrespected or appearing foolish, and truly staying

Strategy & Culture

Have you heard the comment that culture will eat strategy any day? But what is culture and what is strategy? Culture, according to the dictionary, is the ideas, customs, and social behavior of a group people or society. Strategy is a plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall aim. Leadership is a tool that contains and directs both culture and strategy. This means, a leader can influence the culture of a particular group of people, corporation, or society. Over time, a great leader who has chosen inclusion over exclusion can share ideas and redefine customs and traditions


Trust creates bond, respect, acceptance, and harmony. When you do not trust people, you are easily prejudiced against them. Everything they say sounds false to your hearing. Every work they do is first scrutinized. You will most likely not include them in important conversations. Put simply, lack of trust creates disharmony. Trust helps you to see people as who they are and not who you wish them to be. Trust helps to cement relationships. Trust helps to form those partnerships. Trust is said to be earned, and rightly so. However, when you are meeting people for the first time, what

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