Stout Magazine | April 2019 | Serving First To Lead BestTag
#StoutSHOUT To Back On My Feet For Building Confidence, Community & Connection
Stout talks with Ingrid Vanderveldt about her connection with Back On My Feet- a program that builds a path to hope for the homeless with running.
Monday Motivation: Lead By Creating Connection And Trust
Get inspired by Garry Ridge’s tribe-based company culture then use our Stout Action Plan to work to learn, teach and lead.
Leaders Speak: Pastor George M. Crisp On Leading Others To Healing & Hope
Pastor George M. Crisp of the Angels Healing & Recovery Church talks to Stout about leading on the front lines to make change happen for others.
Monday Motivation: Let These Stout Servant Leaders Inspire You
Get to know some Stout servant leaders who are empowering others with their service.
Leaders Speak: Jennifer Evans On The Extraordinary Power Of Putting Others First
Jennifer Evans, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Jenerosity Foundation talks to Stout about the life changing power of putting others first.
Monday Motivation: Cultivate Consciousness With “Serve First” Leadership
Get inspired by Kip Tindell’s conscious business model then use our Stout Action Plan to work to serve for success.
Leaders Speak: Todd Smith On Serving First To Lead Best
APD Asst. Chief Todd Smith talks to Stout about how teaching the servant leadership mindset fosters a happier, healthier and more productive workplace.
StoutSHOUT To Filmmaker Aman Johnson For Exploring Love, Loss and Healing Together
Aman Johnson is an independent film maker on a mission to create a film that helps those who’ve lost parents heal together.
Monday Motivation: Unlock The Daring Leader In You
Get inspired by Cheryl Bachelder’s servant leadership turn around success then use our Stout Action Plan to switch your leadership from self to serve.
Leaders Speak: Wes Hurt On Leading By Example
Wes Hurt, founder of CLEAN Cause talks to Stout about what makes a servant leader.
Monday Motivation: Serve To Lead
Get inspired by Robert K. Greenleaf’s model of servant leadership then use our Stout Action Plan to find how you can serve others with purpose.