At 11 years old, I was roping in the county fair rodeo.
But I wasn't a real cowboy...
I didn't grow up on a ranch. We didn't own cattle.
Growing up, I worked in a small-town grocery store.
But everything changed, when my mom, Lisa, met Bruce.
As a business owner and leader, you have an opportunity to give your people a great gift.
That gift is personal ownership.
I promise you that if you expect more from others, they'll expect more from themselves.
In this video, I share a personal story with you that will change the way you think about a key role you play for the people you lead.
“A company’s job isn’t to empower people; it’s to remind people that they walk in the door with power and to create the conditions for them to exercise it.”
– Patty McCord, Former Chief Talent Officer at Netflix
This is the essence of Servant Leadership: to bring people's gifts and potential to life.
What would be different if you were to see the individuals on your team as already powerful and get them to see it for themselves?
What would it look like for you to create the conditions for them to exercise their power?
When you're able to do this you've become a True Servant Leader, your people will thank you because you will fundamentally change how they see themselves and their ability to do great work.
Psychologists, Edward L. Deci and Richard Ryan, have spent years researching self-motivation, where it comes from, and...