Be Interested, Not Interesting. The Power of Listening in the Workplace.

Be Interested, Not Interesting. The Power of Listening in the Workplace.

November 2, 2016 by Joe Kiedinger

I was listening to a speaker share an idea. He mentioned that when he would go to social events, he thought to be interesting, he had to do most of the talking. What he discovered was quite the opposite. Listening to others shows you care. Take an active interest in others first and you will…

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Millennial Perspective: Christian Jensen

Millennial Perspective: Christian Jensen

August 2, 2016 by Prophit Marketing

Millennial Christian Jensen started his professional career as a personal trainer with Bellin Health in Green Bay in 2007.  That summer, he met a woman named Mary Cox who he started training to help improve her functioning which had been severely limited due to muscular dystrophy.  The training was focused on helping Mary to slow…

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Millennial Perspective: Billy Sweetman

Millennial Perspective: Billy Sweetman

July 14, 2016 by Nathan Walasek

Earlier this month we kicked-off our Millennial spotlight by featuring a Q&A with Katie Braun. Katie is an Account Executive at Element Creative who offered her perspective and insight into what it means to be a Millennial in a professional work environment. If you missed it, be sure to check it out!

Millennial Perspective: Katie Braun

Millennial Perspective: Katie Braun

July 1, 2016 by Prophit Marketing

So by now, you’ve probably noticed we like talking about leading Millennials. It all started with our Quarterly Servant Leaders of Wisconsin Event, with 18-year old speaker Paige Kassner. We published this little ditty about dignifying others, and shared this easy to read e-book for you to download, “5 Things Millennials Want From Their Leader”.

The magic of little things!

The magic of little things!

December 9, 2015 by Joe Kiedinger

This past fall we took a family trip to Florida and one of the restaurants we ate at while down there was Joe’s Crab Shack. The atmosphere was great, the hospitality was friendly and the food was pretty good! Here is a bib that one of the waitresses put on my daughter Alina. They have…

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Servant Leadership: Better Relationships, Healthier Life!

December 2, 2015 by Joe Kiedinger

In a recent conversation with a healthcare official, I asked the question, “What are your priorities this year for the state?” This individual responded by having four clear goals; one of them was to get after the high rate of obesity in his state. I then asked him, “How will you accomplish this?” He responded,…

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Back to the Basics

November 18, 2015 by Joe Kiedinger

You know, there’s real power to getting back to the basics of Servant Leadership. It gives meaning to all of our interactions and reminds us why we’ve chosen to lead the way we do. Whether it is leading a group of people at work, leading through volunteering or leading your family, these interactions are all…

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Destination: Dignity!

November 11, 2015 by Joe Kiedinger

Hi everyone! I hope you are having a wonderful life full of meaning and purpose. I hope you don’t mind me sharing, but I will be speaking on dignity on November 19th from 3-5 at The Marq in De Pere. It’s a free event and I hope you can make it!

Forgiveness

September 30, 2015 by Joe Kiedinger

One sure-fire way to become a more respected person is to exercise forgiveness. No matter how hard we work to create perfect relationships, things will still go wrong occasionally. But people are not perfect! They will let you down from time to time. The real test is how you, as a person, react when things…

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Balancing Tasks and Relationships

August 19, 2015 by Joe Kiedinger

From my experience, when people come into the office Monday morning they have different goals and different ways of measuring the success of their day.

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