Selfless Leadership is Purposeful Leadership
“Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.”John C. Maxwell
Welcome and thank you for taking your time to visit my blog. My name is Dr. Kristopher Wallaert, and I am passionate about leadership and leading with purpose. I believe leadership is a way of life, and who we are and how we lead coincide with one another. The purpose of this blog is to encourage and challenge leaders, and those aspiring to lead, to assess their effectiveness as leaders and reflect on how they might become better, more purposeful leaders. The attitude and actions of leadership is not static, but is constantly changing overtime. I hope you enjoy this blog, and I invite you to like and comment on posts that speak to you. Please be sure to subscribe to get the latest posts.
Being wrong is an uncomfortable feeling. Most people take being wrong personally, because it places them in a vulnerable state. There are many ways people handle being wrong, but if we are focused on becoming a better person, we should see being wrong as an opportunity for growth. Being wrong can be humiliating, but ifContinue reading “WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU’RE WRONG?”
One of the worst habits leadership can get themselves into is the need to point out everyone else’s faults while making excuses and exceptions for their own. When leadership puts more emphasis on others’ faults and failures, all the while ignoring their own, leadership loses. A good way for leadership to lose credibility in theirContinue reading “Hypocrisy Has No Place In Leadership”
We live in a culture where whatever we feel must be right. We are told to validate others feelings and accept people for who they are. We are called haters, phobics, and many other lovely names when we choose to stand for truth rather than fiction. Society demonizes anyone who speaks truth these days, whichContinue reading “Stop Validating Every “Feeling””
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“Selfless acts sometimes require us to be uncomfortable.” – Kristopher Wallaert, EdD