By Joe Iarocci
September 26, 2016
It’s Monday morning. You’re back at work.
Here comes your manager walking down the hall towards you. What does he say?
That’s neither polite nor motivating, is it?
Yet, it’s a common occurrence. People are busy. People are stressed. Especially on Monday morning.
Well, it could be worse. Your manager could look down at his phone as he passes, suggesting that living-and-breathing-you is less important than some email.
But what if your manager is also a good servant-leader?
Then your manager would likely smile (see photo at the right), stop, and spend some time with you.
And here are 3 things a servant-leader might say on Monday morning:
PODCAST: Dan Pink – Servant Leadership & Selling
Dan is the author of five provocative books – including the long-running New York Times bestsellers, A Whole New Mind and Drive. His latest book, To Sell is Human, is a #1 New York Times business bestseller, a #1 Wall Street Journal business bestseller, and a #1 Washington Post nonfiction bestseller. In this interview, Dan talks about servant selling, a concept he introduces in To Sell is Human that is derived from servant leadership.