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In this episode of Inside EMS, our Cohosts, Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson, break down the skills needed to be a servant leader.
Notable quotes from this episode
“My job as a leader is to get work done through other people.”
“The true measurement of leadership success is how engaged, satisfied and productive the workforce is.”
“What I believe as a leader is that my job as the chief of the department is not any more important than your job of working on the ambulance. It’s that we have different roles and responsibilities for reaching the vision.”
“The most important component of servant leadership is realizing that it’s an honor for you to be in the position that you’re in and you can get taken out of that position as fast as you were put into it.”
Together, they discuss:
- Chris’s recent article and video on servant leadership
- Reversing the organization chart
- Practicing responsibility upward
- The skills a servant leader should bring to the table
Watch for more:
The 10 commandments of servant leadership
It is paramount that we are finding the secret sauce to engage our workforce