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Serving Leaders

Serving Leaders Seminar: Raise the Bar 

Serving leaders raise the bar of expectation by being highly selective in the choice of team leaders and establishing high standards of performance. These actions build a culture of performance throughout the team, business, or community. This culture is built on values.

Values rule.Spoken or unspoken, admitted or denied, every organization behaves, decides, relates, reacts, treats, and acts according to its actual, operable values. Even if the leader declares the opposite, what the company actually values will reveal itself in how the company behaves.

  • Are you clear on the values of your organization, company, church, or family?
  • Can you, or more importantly, can the people you lead articulate your organization's values?
  • Who holds leadership accountable to your values? 

Please join us for the Raise the Bar seminar on Thursday, October 20.  

The day will include space and direction to do the important work of sorting out core values, as well as skill development around hiring, managing and rewarding by values. Finally, we’ll work on the key to raising the bar: submitting leadership to values.

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Among a recent sampling of chemistry graduates, 83% were able to work in an internship or research experience during college years, and 100% had employment in their field or were accepted into graduate school within three months of graduation.

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