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Is Pregnancy the Best Time for Leadership Development?

By Claire Olechowski When Julie Campbell reached out to me in 2021, I had recently made the decision to separate from Active Duty in the Navy. Although that transition was […]

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Because of You Honorees

The following Difference Makers have been honored by someone whose life they have changed.  These leaders may not be able to pay them back but they have chosen to honor […]

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2021 SLG Impact Champion Honorees

As an organization that believes in being a servant leader, it is our privilege to honor the servant leaders among us!  Our SLG Network gives of their time and talent […]

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How to Achieve Well-Being After a Crisis

By Carrie Baquie How do you shift from the darkness of personal crisis to well-being and flourishing as a servant leader? To make such a shift requires not just a […]

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What a Team Needs for a Comeback

By John Seel Last month the University of Georgia football team overcame a forty-one-year drought in winning the college football national championship over their perpetual nemesis the University of Alabama. […]

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Swing: Elite Leadership for High Performance Teams

By Sigval Berg Writing a book is never easy and that is certainly true for me.  I have been told repeatedly, “It is time to get your leadership perspective out […]

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Departing Well: Setting Your Team Up for Success

Note: The Severn Leadership Group believes the historic Jesus of Nazareth embodies the timeless and transcendent virtues of love, integrity, truth, and excellence, all within the context of healthy relationships. […]

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Service as a Lifestyle

By Scott Jensen One of my favorite holidays is Veterans Day! I have several personal reasons for this. Not the least of which is that it happens to be my […]

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Developing a Team of Excellence

Note: The Severn Leadership Group believes the historic Jesus of Nazareth embodies the timeless and transcendent virtues of love, integrity, truth, and excellence, all within the context of healthy relationships. […]

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The Development a Leader Actually Needs

By Judy Farrell The chatter around “The Great Resignation” continues to grow as the number of people quitting their jobs this year remains at a record high. The Department of […]

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Casting and Cultivating a Vision

Note: The Severn Leadership Group believes the historic Jesus of Nazareth embodies the timeless and transcendent virtues of love, integrity, truth, and excellence, all within the context of healthy relationships. […]

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Living and Leaving a Legacy

By Ray Rottman I was 31 years old when my vibrant, non-smoking father was diagnosed with lung cancer a few days after his 75th birthday; we said our final goodbyes […]

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