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The term “servant leadership” is not reserved exclusively for those running high profile corporations. We will discuss why it is important for business owners on all levels to incorporate a “serve first, lead second” culture in their business model. The ability to authentically build on this concept will help not only assist you in helping others, but will help you to grow personally and in your business.
Our Guest: After a 17 year career, servant leader and veteran executiveKimberly O'Neil walked away from it all with the goal of influencing others to make giving a part of their lifestyle. As the youngest African American woman to be appointed as a City Manager and known as The Giving Architect, she now develops growth strategies for nonprofits and matches public figures and businesses with charitable organizations that match their passions through her company The Giving Blueprint. Throughout the year, Kimberly mentors emerging leaders and hosts “Just Kim and Friends” events to support children living in underserved communities and domestic violence shelters. You can find more about her on her site at http://kimberlyoneil.com.
Your Host: Tai Goodwin, M. Ed., is a marketing strategist, business coach, and award-winning instructional designer. A former employedpreneur, she is the founder of Launch While Working.com and host of the popular Launch Talk podcast. Tai works with women coaches, authors, speakers, and consultants who feel called to lead and serve through entrepreneurship. Her specialty is showing them how to monetize their expertise with information products and signature programs. Learn more and download 3 Secrets for Getting More Clients & Increasing Your Cash Flow by visiting TaiGoodwin.com.