Humility

The following is particularly true in a family, team, or company setting:

“Humility respects all. Perhaps this is where it gets its greatest power. Humility disagrees without denigrating. It holds all accountable without blaming. It honors all without minimizing any.”

Read this outstanding post from Kate Nassar.

Leadership, What’s So Hot About Humility Anyway?

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