Selfless Leadership is Purposeful Leadership
“Leadership is not about titles, positions or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing another.”John C. Maxwell
Hello and thank you for visiting my page. My name is 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 each other. The purpose of my 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. My writings are a collection of what I have learned from my readings, observations, and actions in my own life. I hope you enjoy my posts, and I welcome any feedback and dialogue. Please be sure to subscribe to get the latests posts.
For this post, I want to write from the perspective of a parent. I believe there are many characteristics in parenting that flow into leadership and vice versa. Below are some thoughts on how parenthood and leadership share similar characteristics. My hope is that the leaders who read this will find value in how theyContinue reading “Leadership Through the Eyes of Parenthood”
Ronald Reagan once said, “The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things.” Seth Godin states, “Leadership is the art of giving people a platform for spreading ideas that work.” M.D. Arnold said, “A good leader leads theContinue reading “The Essence of Leadership”
The other day I was sitting and thinking about everything I have been through and worked on up to where I am now. I hold every degree you can possibly have, except PhD, maybe someday, however I do hold an EdD. My goal was to be a leader, make positive changes, encourage those I lead,Continue reading “Perspective Is Everything”
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“Selfless acts sometimes require us to be uncomfortable.” – Kristopher Wallaert, EdD