The poll results for my post on Servant Leadership back on Wednesday, 23 June 2021 are in.
The poll’s results gives you a qualitative (not a quantitative) feel for what people are facing daily in their work.
What is alarming is that only roughly one-third of the poll’s participants felt that Servant Leadership is essential for their organization. If you are not familiar with Servant Leadership, then you should take a look at the following three posts that I’ve done on the topic – First:
If you wish to do a deeper dive into the subject, I would recommend Jim Collins’ book “Good to Great.” And, of course, “Flow” and “Nehemiah Effect” will also help you grasp the ideas we teach in the Flow Leadership Mindset.
What I find fascinating is that these poll results mirror the Gallup employee engagement survey results for the US. If there is a link, that would require some in-depth analysis. On the surface, to me it appears that these two go hand-in-hand.
It is clear that the room for improvement in every organization appears to be infinite.
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For those that are not familiar with the Flow Leadership Framework, it is what’s next for businesses and organizations that are ready to succeed regardless of the methods, frameworks or management tools that they use throughout their enterprise.
Are you ‘in the zone’ of optimal performance right now as a person, team or enterprise? Did you get there by accident or by focused intentional acts?
“Flow” gives you the tools and practices needed to create and maintain an optimal state of high performance as an individual, team or organization.
The Flow Leadership Framework turbocharges “business agile” leadership.
PS Here are the associated links to this blog post for:
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