17 Burst results for "Robert Greenleaf"

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

04:29 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"And and so they would start doing this and towards the end in on our learn things and it wasn't like i was spying on him but it was fresh is looking at the innocent. Why is sometimes the hardest question to answer in towards the end of the three months. He said well. Can we continue on. I said no because you're eyes aren't fresh anymore. You're assimilated into the organization but taking that fresh the fresh ideas. 'cause sometimes i like something would be just staring in the face and i thought i was creative and i had leadership and brought it all in and somebody would say we're quite. Why are you doing that. And i would find that. I couldn't answer that question. Union good volumes damage. Your at i had good motives. Our dawn i. We're we're coming to the end of this dispersed. Our and one of the problems. I have with you is that is that i have started off on a thousand different journeys that i want to follow up on. Because your consciousness the level of your exploration in the courage that you have displayed in your life that curiosity the willingness to grow is inspiring me more than you will ever know And and i. I will work to take that with me and all i want from you is that you come back again with that you can can you that we walk a few more trails together but you get a chance to be there because your light. It's so bright. Green leaf started writing the essay terminates leader when he was sixty four years old. I started my biography of him out. When i was fifty fifty. Five years old. I went i went and decided to do a. Phd was fifty six years old and started his biography. The point is that. I didn't care what other people told me about. It was ridiculous to do a phd. I was going to be around the lineup. use it will. They didn't get it. But as long as that crazy non-rational passion is driving you. Clay you dentists and clearly. It is with both up yet. I think you can't go wrong if we don't as long as we don't start believing our own stuff has the answer. Yeah go rhino. What i think we served. I think we put a pin in it right there with the with from my vantage point like echoing. Dennis open invitation to come back because like dennis got so many different trails to go on. So what do you think dennis. Yes please don you were. You are coming back if i have anything to say about it. So i'm i'm putting it. I'm putting my marker in the sand not in the sand. I'm putting it in the stone so that we will. We will have you back and continue this. Thank you don for this wonderful time with us in this very all too fast time and i look forward to continuing our next conversation with you and clay dear dear klay thank you so much and thank you everyone who is listening or watching another episode this one with don fricke search of the new compassionate mail. Everyone we will see you next time..

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

05:14 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"Is it's not. Am is non rational in one sense by consensus reality standards. These are sort of non rational ways. But they're not. They're not irrational. The ways of helping other people grow howard. Touch was on our program a month or two ago and he brought up an idea that i had never heard before and it was talking about the solar energy in the lunar energy as another different way of saying male energy are feminine energy because we get all tied up in those conversations and his point was that the solar the sun shines and and that's our kind of our head that's what people would say male energy but and then the lunar the moon reflects and that may be the divine feminine energy and he said that the lunar leads and the solar executes and i thought about that permenant at first thought if lunar is kinda equates to the feminine in saying that that leads. I'm not buying it. And then i went back and thought well wait a second. What was my experience with leadership in the marine corps. It was all about heart all about heart marines daycare. One any one another and Yes we have the strategies and tactics all the head stuff that's where we execute but without heart. You have no core. And i just i wanted to bring that out that it seems like this whole effort. Whether it's you.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"It to really nail down. He did as he went on But he he was interested in organizations defined organizations is how you get things done so he wanted to. He wanted to model things. Keep really city. I'm not an academic a math major no anyways but he was a brilliant world class researcher got. At and t. to by the second mainframe. Ibm ever made defense department. Got the person just so. He could research the development of persons his tunnel at. At and t. was director management development. Now all the. I mean i read. I read one article. Said he was terrible. Green leaf all certa leadership stuff. He was just a patriarch in started to sky is in la blah la blah. So what can you to you just see. I remember one time. I was out to go into debt. Let's stay on the topic so greenleaf understood that problem. he said. why do we call everybody chairman. Why not in chairperson. This is in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine. Wow amazing you know don we will not get. It's very hard to contemporaneous can especially in this time. Be able to get an absolute consensus. Because you're going to be able to. You're going to be able to hear things along a spectrum which is rather than rather than to be in this binary state of the he was wonderful. He was terrible. It's somewhere along. This continuum is to. What can i learn from and west. This person is such an temptation to jump in and be. Irony consented colon fourth. That's the lumbar. Glad vendor post it is lawrence vander toes stray south african filmmaker he wrote about. I want to write about the kalahari bushman. He was an anti filmmaker anti activist. Aunt excuse me activists pre anti-apartheid causes and he was once talking with an american audience and somebody raise awareness. Oh my goodness what can we do. Can we do to help out this terrible thing. Meanwhile we had our party. I in southern states. You know he said think you should declare a year of silence. Green leaves misty corners on way introduced the buddhist. We used who wrote the first book.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

04:44 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"He had his life. He said she was an artist. She stayed in paris in the twentieth. Steady cubism in paris. Who was architect smarter than him. She told him what to realize the time but early on in their marriage she he look at our abstract tartan. We'd say no. I don't like that once. You paid something you know. Traditional she said okay robbie and then she did for a while and then she started painting more and more abstract things meanwhile he got proud of his wife's art and he took to two pieces into his office at. At and t. One of them was very realistic when abstract piece he people would walk in and say i understand that. But what's now it. Is he a type music. This one has lyrics. You can understand and this went over here is pure music. It's pure joy well within a year or two he. She had him doing abstract japanese designs on pottery in the basement. So he evolved through this and that stuff didn't really that was cerna cracking him open to being a person who is a naturally compassionate and yet here he wasn't the world's largest organization working very high levels of it. Second on am i are. Am i taking you a play. Am i getting to a place. Where i can interrupt our. Did i stop you before you were making a point. No because you were talking about you. Were talking about cracking open. And i love that is because it appeared. It feels to me it. Seventy two that at all of my experiences is that it is in the dna for us to be compassionate. It's end the dna for us to be love. It's built in there. We then put shells an other artifices over at the prevent that from from coming out but then when it cracks open that is released. Yes.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"When he gets mad he shakes his tail causes earthquakes and i must have had unconsciously some kind of look at nicely lend against story i must have. I don't know. I certainly wasn't aware of it because i grew up on navajos and went to those reservations with my father. Anyway she took one look at me and said well. It's true my father. Tony was true in his father told him it was true. So it's true. And i thought if nothing else is certainly true. Metaphorically it's about what we do the earth and so forth and so on but honestly i've never been down there the far as i know there's a dragon down there and and it was all done. The there's a very thin scrim between the spiritual world. In everyday life with native american side met spent time with very thin and it really is all spirit. Infused the call. My i call my film window to the spirit. Because that's what san painting and in these objects i saw. That's what the dances really are about being in spirited you in the world yeah so i want to take a little bit of a tangent here. Okay i haven't answered several of your question well. So we're in search of the new compassionate male and it's my belief that the new compassionate mail is emerging these emerging as a new archetype. And it's come to me over the past couple of years that that's how to describe it and everywhere that i've gone across the united states gone into africa. Everyone says yes. This patriarchy is pushed pushed down this male energy and now it's coming up in the form of we know what's really right we. We know it's what's right in our heart but we've had to push down in conform and it's at a point now where it's rising up. That's not in the news. You don't see it but there's that burn with an every man that emptiness of what we think is emptiness..

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

05:17 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"It works if the teacher gets their head out of the way and reads parker palmer about teaching yard of teaching has awareness and presence. You know don. It's been my experience that so much of the leadership comes from the heart and and when they were trying to get you to fill out the paperwork and the goals and objectives and everything that was all the head stuff and you're trying to bring in the heart aspect so you had a balance and we just had a williams necessary to do. Benun sufficient is necessary sufficient for for scholar learners segers. Let's put seeker in there too. Yeah yeah so true. I agree and you know don i have what i love about what you're doing. Is that just like what was it about you. I'm curious that you were that you were strong enough to be able to adopt a woman as a mentor to be able to to be so because i i saw ernest holmes earn his homes adopted. Emma's emma curtis hopkins as a mentor. So many of the so many of the leading lights that i've seen have have been able to bridge the gender The gender actually the continuum In order to be able to be led and order to be able to be part of this process. Well there were some things that were quite congenial to me. I always nene last chance colorado for the first nine years of my life where there is nothing but rattlesnakes and stuff. I was the only kid in my one room school class. In my in my age so would go out and play in the fields. And i just kind of marveled at bmi claims and i. I find seashells fossilized seashells. What are they doing here. So then led me to start thinking about you. Know there's there's their realities beneath y c. There's a history of between one. I know there's a link between history. And what i see us to think. Well what's underneath. What i'm seeing one time. We'd had a real drought in. It rained kindly in the cactus is. When john and iranian tadpoles they had been picked up over by denver somewhere probably in it literally and we had little ted puzzle frogs jumping around now. It's so what's beneath. I see was always the limiting seminarian tried to figure stuff out using that language it led me to try a lot of things that came along. That was just part of who i was. I'm sort of a little cosmologists from my early days. Kinda like the the native american tribe that had a creation story.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

03:27 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"Look and i'm right now working on line for a class that would be called the dark side of leadership and i have to go. You know these things you gotta do. Goals and objectives for any training class. At the end of this class. You will be able to describe. Explain compare and contrast all his. Bs kenner stuff. I have yet to see in addition an outcome like the learner. Not just Because it's a learner. Should be cold learner by the way with a teacher anyway. I've never seen statements like the end of this class. You will have experienced off find a renewed interest in a love of learning. You know you you will live at the end of this class. You will have at least dabbled in some art form writing sculpture movement. Whatever it is at the end of this class you will have grown person and be able to tell us why. I'm not seeing that. Because it's often easier to do something more easily measurement and for a guy saying what would that person do on campus. That is responsible for keeping track of all these outcomes and stuff for for classes so they can give them over to the assessment team. They comes in once every ten years. I've murdered more sheets of paper providing stuff like death. The most successful class that i ever taught was a graduate seminar. Insertive leadership decided. You know these people already knew a little bit about about the. I'm not gonna tell what to learn. All the time greenleaf was very involved in the early valley t groups and stuff like that so We we just sat there and exchanged ideas. We exchanged ourselves and at the end of the class. Well we need to ritual. That celebrates all of this. I'm not gonna plan it. I didn't plan that much in so they did. They did something in the arts and they did all the without me even telling do this They did something that was just a mind blowing. One guy showed up with a pool on that. So good that i put it in net seven pillars of certa leadership. Fuck you know when you see it. It's about presence just to have been present.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

02:52 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"Absolute compelling force for me to do this project. I wish i'd done that talking to one of the things i'm interested in is is how relevant servant leadership is today. It's like it becomes more relevant rather than it being something of the past. Could you talk about today. And how in this non hierarchical a nodal influence rather than authority the work the gig economy just in time so much of the work and how all that applies so much today in does On the other hand. I just read an article by guy who said Leadership is passed. It's got a bad name. You shouldn't use the word servant What people want. They do want somebody who cares about them. So let's call it selflessly ship or something like that. This certain leadership light. I call him. Sir leadership requires skills and capacities. I listening can go into any of these deep way persuasion. Which is not me telling you in arguing with you. Persuasion means that you arrive at a feeling of rightness. You take the step and that the one doing the persuading is also open to being persuaded thank you. That's just not exist. So so many of these ethical use of power is persuasion. Foresight sounds is not forecasting. It's foresight and again and again greenleaf uses intuition dartmouth. He wants taught a class on intuition and business decision making it was sold out every time. He and But it can't be measured very well now candidate so a lot of didn't fit yes but it can't be measuring. Donna may not be able to be measured but it but as clay. And i were talking the other day radio waves. We didn't invent radio waves. Radio waves were there before we have the instruments to measure them just because we don't have the particular instruments are the level of consciousness to perceive. It does not mean.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

04:05 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"Man oil. Swallows him spits him out. Right there near niniveh and okay okay. I'll do and there was a hold that that grabbed me again. It was it was persistent. Absolutely real you need to do. The heads. And i hadn't even thought through why i needed to do it. Part was that. There are a lot of people alive than than i can talk to. You know he knew and worked with bob and they were gone before too long so it was. It was so much work. I started saying. You know there's a lot. I don't know about american business because he was a businessman and this is a lot of work. Maybe she find a way to get credit. Some academic credit for it so chose a place called union institute in cincinnati who believe it was founded. It was founded by thirteen college. Presidents thought the way higher education and especially doctoral degrees was. Didn't worry livered absolutely sucked. So you're a live person in your. They want a degree to look. You probably know what you want to study. And so we're not gonna have you have to do this this this not only that you have to You'd have a choice of people from all over the country. Who can be on your committee. So i was able to get my mentor. And maybe cooper people had read out and other still ahead of the committee and he was a specialist in assessing is testament which is something that greenleaf was famous for. So i did that. I did that for a while. I was there you know. It's like holbeck. looks like an interesting class. I can say to probably did twice as many hours as i needed. And because the rest of the academic community then like this learning model through the history of the unions to barnum they said we gotta gotta take away. they're gonna take away their accreditation and So we had to do everything really well. We you know to me seven years. That's the maximum message.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

05:17 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"Not only did they do that but they moved to the same building where i and my office next door and i thought god will punish me forever so idea and they'd they'd hire director and i talked to him and he said we just right now. Got a grant from the lillian element to go through the archives. Robert greenlee find things that are unpublished. It should be published so luckily they hired. Somebody else might call again. Franker really was in archivists. I wouldn't have done a lot of doing but we spent for years time. Translate from bob's handwriting. Reading things we discovered in an entire book that even his family didn't know. Espn and out of that was involved in publishing some things and so forth after all this time doing this. And i met astonishing people involved with that organization. Remember one time. I got to sit on the board meetings just to listen and the head of the said. Well here's this issue and we need to talk about it. See where we can well. They believe in consensus decision. Making and that means consensus a quaker way. We can go into later. He wants to go. Jam said to so how. What's the sense of the group. Well they didn't have toil since one new person who said. I think we've talked enough to both and there's a silence in the room and jim. Tatum was his name the chair important he simple. We don't vote the guy said well. How do you make decisions. Said we keep talking and and if we have a sense of the group and you don't agree with it you can no not vote for so anyway they. They ended up breaking off into another group. And i went. Well what is this. I read enough of greenlee by that kind of knew what he meant by it decided. I wanted to do agree biography because there was none and the materials had been available until now when we went through the archives and i talked to nukem greenleaf his.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

04:00 min | 7 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"Ever since june sixteenth of twenty sixteen. That was when you. And i met alone especially you too. I remember the first time that clan. I talked about doing this. You came up because there is not been a conversation that we have That we have had that has not had the underpinnings of servant leadership of you of you by name as we have to have you on as a dream come true for me and i've noticed for clay so clay go ahead and and lead us a conversation. Servant leadership is just. You know it's part of my fabric. And i'll tell you just a quick story don's brother jack is one of our in our men circle. I love jack and we had jack on awhile back right one night. We were talking about servant leadership on our circle and afterwards jack came much. Mrs you know play my brother. Dawn official biographer for robert greenleaf who coined the term servant leadership back in. Nineteen seventy or. So and i looked at him and literally grabbed him by the lapels. I says i got to talk with. He said i'll set it up. And you and i met june of twenty sixteen. That day was magic. And matter of fact i pulled out.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

02:54 min | 10 months ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"But everybody still has the capacity to grow into the compassionate mail and that you have articulated this and put it out there see. That's the new language in the network of the universe you've taken what was there and you had extended it to south thing that you're one person and you have extended universal because it really is universal. Hi this is. Clay boykin and i am in search of the new compassionate mail. You know one never really knows when we go into one of these tapings where the gold is yesterday my producer. Dennis start on. And i had a conversation with don fricke. The official biographer for the late robert greenleaf robert greenleaf who coined the term servant leadership. Well what happened. Yesterday was the overall taping was very rich. You know right after we said goodbye and the tape was still rolling. There were some gold there to. Let's listen man so much. I really this whole the whole idea. I know that compassion is an aspect one of the aspects of in servant leadership as described in your book seven pillars of servant leadership as one aspect of it. And of course that's my main thrust right now is to awaken you know. Raise compassion awareness among men and people. You know people say well but everybody needs to be compassionate. will they do. But let's look at the elephant in the room. What was the origin of the patriarchy. You know what's the essence of what's going on here. We guys have got to do this. Connection like what we were talking about earlier. You know yes we've gotta move into our heart but some people some men think. Oh i got to leave my head behind. And they don't get it does not an either or it's a yes an it's an integration abedin heart and that's what i'm passionate about and i see it on top of a foundation of service leadership because that was that was how i was raised. And how do we get there. Look at the young folks. Coming up. Today and their bulletproof. They haven't skin there. Chen on the asphalt yet. And they're not gonna listen to.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on No Bullsh!t Leadership

No Bullsh!t Leadership

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on No Bullsh!t Leadership

"This week's episode servant leadership doesn't work this week. We answered question from to david who says must strengthen leadership has been based in my reference power because this must strength are founded servant leadership has served me. Well right now. I'm in middle management and at the beginning of my leadership journey will servant leaders should be something can rely on throughout my career or is there a functional limit. Well this is a fantastic question. So thanks to that. David when robert greenleaf ready cezanne servant leadership fifty years ago. He proposed a concept that he hoped would change the way organizations feud the role of the later the concept of servant leadership has a hell of look going forward if there was a practical way to implement this and a common understanding what it might take to shift more towards this style of leadership. It could be extremely helpful framework. So i'm gonna dig into this little and see what servant leadership is really all about and whether or not i can provide a roadmap to bitterly outcomes. We'll start with a look at the principles behind servant leadership of explore the potential downside of using this approach. And i'll finish with some ideas for how to cherry pick the best parts and incorporate them into your ladyship fingerprint sir..

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"We live in society of day. Where most? Of the young people. Are raised in a single parent House Fausto. My nine years at USC. I only coach two black players. Who came from a dual parent house saw. So? Diverse issue. Is. The, parent? And when we say is usually going to. The mother, because like judicial system, the court use the. Award child to the mother. And so does with mothers are true so-called American heroes. They were two and three jobs. Most parents will do things for their children. They would never do for themselves, and so it's essentially enormous challenge now. Can raise the child. And they that you just have to try as hard as you can should provide. the best for your children, and and teach them a sustainable value system of right and wrong. perseverance. I don't know I mean I. Don't know if I'm equipped to say because I trying to raise myself. What are your your hopes? For what could come of this turbulent time? These turbulent times I should say certainly that are really. Sort of exhibiting and showing US ruptures that have existed for a long time. What what are some of your hopes for what can come out of this? And what are some of your fears of what might come out of this if you have any? My Hope. Is that. We will be who we say we are. All of us that. We are the United States of America, then we. Can Start? To limit. And and not continue to live alive. That is my hope. as we, we proceed that. As I said earlier in the conversation. We're the problem and where to she and. We are the problem and we are the solution. WE'LL! George I wanna be respectful of your time. We've covered a lot I'm not in any rush. I can continue to go as long as you would like to go, but is. Is there anything else you would like to to say or Share at this point we. Touched a lot of the sensitive nerves and that when we conclude I would just like to include the the same way we started, but it maybe you. There's some things that that you. marriage some discussion. I'm open to it. I think we've covered a lot of ground I. Think we've both and by we I. Mean You you have offered. Some some direction, a lot of recommendation. You've offered resources like. Tell me who you are of. Course will link to all of these things. You mentioned Robert Greenleaf and leadership. As far as resources go many different. Takeaways that people can I think apply or at the very least think about?.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on Recode Decode

"And the number one on the list with something we called a bias for action and now that is you know that's the first commandment the second commandment and so on from silicon valley but you know these were places that that tried stuff and belt prototypes which now has become conventional wisdom though that's much longer conversation because they talk a lot about it but i'm not sure they really do it other than you know under the heading of agile and some other terms i don't really in i'm not in bias an ad vice rashy was number it was it's a trivial list and i just gave a speech at fidelity and i said i hope you buy my book but the reality is this is my seventeenth book and i've written the same thing seventeen times and why in the hell aren't you listening it was talked to people find out what's on their mind this guy at twitter said the foremost important words in any organization are what do you think it's treating people with respect i've got a whole chapter on listening and so on and it's it's just you know the same doesn't it's the same thing for thirty five years and it's not being practiced and i don't know why i mean i know why at some level you and i are talking is all this media merger stuff is going on right and honest to god if we talked about that for two minutes i would barf on the microphone okay no i won't i promise okay absolutely no mention no matter how peripheral of delivering value to the the customer cvs and aetna announced that thing i'm actually as healthcare user gonna get screwed out of that prices are going to go up and you know it's the the i put everything that i've done i've done three thousand speeches and i put it all together to website that i had called excellence now dot com and it ended up being a four thousand ninety six slide presentation with two hundred thousand words annotation but something has to come first and i chose this quote from richard branson and the quote said business has to give people enriching rewarding lives or you should not do it and to me it is as simple as that you know way back when and and they're still devote tease of it now and i'm devote the just to the idea that was this guy named i think it was robert greenleaf and he wrote this book called servant leadership and i start speeches now i've been doing this book to to her and i'm seventy five years old and i get more and more and more pissed off they run around i said what in the hell is in organizations people serving people right and what is a leader people serving people who serve people this is not rocket sites right so the things you were talking about in search of excellence really still apply absolutely today and one thing you know that's you know we can go to or not go to an and you know there's this class of people called management gurus and acting economists sickening term but as i said it can't totally say because it pays the bills but again the the whole issue is i bet and i was listening to this discussion with adam grant knee mentioned a really cool company ninety eight percent of what we people right is about the fortune five hundred i am not interested in the fortune five hundred the fortune five hundred exists to make money cut jobs by shares back what i'm in love with our the sme's small and medium size enterprises i dedicated this book to about ten or twelve people right and my favorite people were you know this guy vernon hills started commerce back in the us metro bank in the uk larry genetics key who is in connecticut and has a company called basement systems inc jungle gym bonomi no and fairfield ohio has this incredible retail shop people come from all over the world and and it's these incredibly reciting places new things are happening new things are happening in where people really do pay attention to the customer and they really do pay attention to the people the fortune has a list every year of the top one hundred companies to work for and a couple of years ago i think it was the twentieth anniversary of the list and they found twelve companies that had been on the list for the entire twenty years and the.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"Their shirt exactly you know many of us for example engage in acts that are helpful to others or serving others or on kind but i'm are really caught in a kind of ego need for social recognition for appreciation or even a kind of an economic service where there's sort of quid pro quo expected expected at an end to end to make the connection to start up leadership what i see as a reflection of of what you've just identified is when the leader unconsciously unintentionally uses the organization for self aggrandizement or for for for for moot moving in a way that is designed to either to enhance their identity to enhance our identity and and and but also you know it's also about enhancing oneself esteem so it's not just a negative in other words one of the fascinating things jerry about compassion is that when we engage in acts of compassion we experience a sense of moral elevations so that's an enhancement of ourselves steam because we feel morally enhanced while but i think you're i think you're you're proposing something radically interesting and that is that we we typically think of compassion in that robert greenleaf servant leadership model of how am i in service to others and eight is there it is true when a leader acts from a place of compassionate they are in service and that does create greater contribute to agreed or good ed it does create this sort of moral uplift and a affirmation of our self esteem on i'm hearing something else that's i think is equally important and that is and so many people who listen to this podcast or listening because quite frankly rushie their hearts are broken.

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"robert greenleaf" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"robert greenleaf" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"Well thank you you know as i'm in a funny place in the sense that i think that part of my job is to be an interlocutor between different worlds and in one capacity its kind of the world of to the degree that i can interpreted the dharma and the crazy world of startup leadership and what is it like to live in a start up so i feel like i'm in this funny little mix of places that working with folks like you helps me that well also i think it helps us because we learn a lot about how to translate our world and work into the sort of lay world of corporate perspectives business perspectives in what is it to you know i work mostly with clinicians for example clinicians who are in the field of really helping people those sort of helping professions is that right yeah but you know i i actually funny i don't like to use the word help so much because i want to cite a wonderful quote from rachel naomi reming she said that fixing helping and serving our three different ways we see a life when we fix we see life as broken when we help we see life as weak and when we serve we see life as whole yeah i do too it's in my memory so deeply so it's you know for me with fascinating about the issue of leadership really comes out of the work of robert greenleaf in terms of servant leadership how does the leader serve not only the vision but the people who are involved with implementing the vision that is all the people on the team so c n in how do we serve their highest good their highest only principles but their capacities.

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