What’s the difference between being a manager, and being a leader? Where can you learn leadership? National polls consistently reflect that our society rates its military officers at the top of our nation’s most trusted leaders. Why do so many famous authors use military examples to address leadership? Values. To be a beacon, you must live your values. Values are like magnets, They are what a company markets to attract like-minded people… recruiting. When you live your values, You create a unique culture and retain your best people… retention. Leaders will: Recognize that people choose friends and join organizations for a reason Discover why living your values inspires others to do the same Realize that self-awareness is fundamental to effective leadership Servant Leadership: Be that Guiding Light for Your Team addresses why people join organizations: to participate in an environment where they can live their values. This session addresses the principle of living your values foremost, while also speaking to those things we want most as individuals; we all want to be treated with dignity & respect, and, we all want the opportunity to learn & grow. Key takeaways include self-awareness and humility, as well as understanding the difference between power and authority, and more.