Your dreams, aspirations and goals are a direct reflection of leadership – how you’ve been led and how you lead others. Strive to be a good leader, it matters.”
— Kevin Wayne Johnson
A new decade and a new year has ushered in unprecedented despair to the United States. The unanticipated COVID-19 pandemic has crossed paths with a well documented, yet often unaddressed, societal ill: Police brutality. This perfect storm, resulting in over 110,000 COVID19-related deaths, widespread store closures, stay-at-home orders, record unemployment, along with protests and demonstrations to influence policy changes, has the world watching and wondering what is at the root of American behaviors, mannerisms, attitudes and divisions. These, and other prevailing issues, result in a plethora of questions about leadership. What works and what does not work?
Leadership with a Servant’s Heart: Leading through Personal Relationships by Kevin Wayne Johnson, is an independently published bestseller. The book equips leaders at the frontline, mid-level and senior-level of small, medium and large organizations, with practical and proven leadership principles and strategies to create a new and dynamic cadre of leaders. The goal is to teach, coach, mentor and share the concepts of leading others by valuing and caring for them.
The author provides organizations, and the people who work within them, with the tools to forge effective personnel and interpersonal communication. He delivers training on the elements of dynamic relationships, to equip teams with the attitudes and attributes needed to develop individuals into leaders. He is a John Maxwell Team certified trainer, coach, mentor and speaker, and an active member of the International Coach Federation. ◊