Humility is a learning super-skill

“Humility is the first step towards learning. You can’t learn until you are humble enough to realize there is something for you to learn.” Robert […]

How to Be Humble at Work (And Why the Best Leaders Embrace It)

There are many attributes that leaders must develop if they wish to have a meaningful impact in the workplace. Empathy improves your ability to relate with those […]

10 Ways To Lead With Humility

Humility: (noun): “the quality of having a modest or low view of one’s importance”. There are endless requirements of a leader, but one we rarely […]

Sportsmanship

I am no sportsman… almost not quite. Today, I had a taste of sportsmanship again. It was a really teeny tiny experience but it brought […]

Setting the Table: Authenticity [VIDEO]

The instructor who practices authenticity, transparency, and humility is the instructor who will build lasting relationships with students. Setting the Table is a series presented […]

Why Humble CEOs do Better (and How You Can Train for Humility at Work)

When you think about great leaders, what personality traits come to mind? Probably admirable characteristics such as charisma, leadership skills, excellent communication skills, and personal […]

Keith's Quick Quotes: Publishing Tips for New Scholars [VIDEO]

We can have a covenant of scholarship, a covenant that challenges us as Christian professors to love God with all of our minds and our […]

Seeking Meaning Through Connected Learning

As we close out 2015, I would like to engage the notion of “connection” for a moment. What does this word mean to all of […]

Do superheroes cry?

I had to tell my son off this morning. He’d been a bit naughty. He’d been put on the naughty step and sat there in his […]

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