If you’re expecting your team to serve you, I have bad news — you’re wrong. It’s actually the other way around. The best leaders serve with the intention to elevate others.
Instead of asking, “What can you do for me?” Consider how to best serve others work and at home.
The challenge is, thinking about others doesn’t always come naturally. To help get in the habit of thinking differently, put PTS into practice. PTS stands for “prepare to serve”. Say, “PTS” to yourself every time you enter into an interaction with someone else — whether it’s at work or at home.
You’ll find the practice gets easier over time. Put PTS into practice today!
Elevate the Way You Lead: Building the Best: 8 Proven Leadership Principles to Elevate Others to Success is published by McGraw-Hill. It was named the #1 Best New Management Books to Read by Book Authority. Learn the stories, principles, and tools to help elevate the way you lead others.