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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.

Latest Posts:

Reputation

Warren Buffet once said, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.” Relationship is key to leadership and reputation. Trust and confidence in a person takes time to build. The more we invest, are present, and are intentional in ourContinue reading “Reputation”

“No” Is Not Easy

We all dream. We all have goals. We all want something for ourselves. Many start with an attitude to pursue their dreams and work to achieve them, but the day that they fail to obtain their dream, or the day they get tired of hustling and pushing themselves, is the day they quit and figureContinue reading ““No” Is Not Easy”

Character Flaws

Do you know how gold refiners remove the impurities from gold? They start by placing the gold into a crucible and heating a furnace to over 1,000 degrees Celsius (1,832 degrees Fahrenheit). Once the optimal temperature is reached, they place the crucible into the furnace and wait for the gold to melt down to liquid.Continue reading “Character Flaws”

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“Selfless acts sometimes require us to be uncomfortable.” – Kristopher Wallaert, EdD