They exhibit humility
in their actions and interactions, yet are passionately committed to the success of their enterprises.
is not meekness but, rather, the antidote to arrogance.
also has another public relations challenge: It's not exciting.
These are the typical reactions to the values-based leadership principle that, based on more than 500 presentations I've made over the past five years, evokes the strongest emotional response--genuine humility
on the other hand is indeed key to success.
A number of Catholic prelates yesterday asked President Aquino to show humility
by apologizing over the Mamasapano incident which killed 44 members of the Philippine National Police-Special Action Force (PNP-SAF).
As the acknowledgments state, Christine Gerhardt has learned to read Whitman with, among others, Walter Grunzweig, Jimmie Killingsworth, and Ed Folsom, and the arguments of A Place for Humility
clearly create a place for her work among the very best Whitman scholarship and writing.
Although I previously wrote about the Air Force Resilience program pillars (physical, mental, social, and spiritual), as I look back I recognize three aspects of resiliency crucial for me: humility
, laughter, and perseverance.
In this chapter, Jesus teaches us that in God's realm humility
is the appropriate behavior rather than exalted self-esteem or preoccupation with one's personal desires.
I thought he showed great humility
as well - when Daniel Agger came on the field, he brought the armband straight to him because he's the vice-captain.
WHAT IS THE IMPORTANCE OF HUmility
to leadership, especially to political leadership?
In our job the most important thing is to have a good balance between ambition and humility
; ambition because of course we want to win the league but humility
as well because we know we have only played six games and to speak today about the title is absolutely ridiculous.