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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 page. My name is Dr. Kristopher Wallaert, and I have a heart for leadership and leading through service. 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 people 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. Be sure to subscribe to get the latest posts.

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Unseen Leadership

I have been reading Mentor Leadership by Tony Dungy, and I have not read anything I disagree with. Dungy puts a strong emphasis on building relationships and leading through service. He also discusses the importance of investing time in those we lead. However, as I was reading, there was a part that made me considerContinue reading “Unseen Leadership”

Teachable Moments

“You did what?!?” As a parent and an educator, I have often found myself asking this question. I have also heard individuals in leadership express the same question. However, what we choose to say after this question can either uplift, teach, and grow, or it can break, discourage, and dismantle an individual. We must beContinue reading “Teachable Moments”

Becoming Better Never Stops

Life is full of choices. Each choice comes with consequences; some positive, some negative. No matter what choices we make, we need to purpose within ourselves to never stop becoming better. We must push ourselves to be the best we can be everyday. We must push off the temptation of excuses, laziness, and self-righteousness. WeContinue reading “Becoming Better Never Stops”

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

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