Leadership is not one thing, it’s a mixture. It has, the ability to be artful, with the addition of data. But in the end, you have to shape it and you have to be a part of it.
The strength of leadership is to meet people where they are and coach them to success.
Words are powerful, use them to uplift and encourage.
There is comfort in commonalities. Step outside your comfort zone to learn from someone who is different.
Great leaders are intentional to learn from the nuances and complexities that exist within the team.
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Learn how to embrace feedback as a catalyst for personal and professional growth, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and development in the workplace.


Build resilience and Inspire growth, as we learn from each other, evolve together, and celebrate each other's successes.

Tenia Davis, PhD

Human Resources Executive

Leadership Development & Company Culture Expert | Author

Tenia Davis is an accomplished Human Resources and Recruitment professional with a distinguished record of leadership in executive positions at top-tier organizations such as Harpo Productions (The Oprah Winfrey Show), iManage, Johnson Publishing Company, and Raise. With an exceptional track record of driving operational excellence, Tenia has successfully managed complex practices, standards, and regulations not only for talent acquisition and HR but also for multiple departments of large international corporations while managing day-to-day administration.


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The book

The Servant Leadership Advantage

At its core, servant leadership creates an environment where everyone works together toward common goals without sacrificing individual values or freedoms. The focus is on helping people grow through experiences and providing support when necessary to ensure success for individuals and organizations.

A successful servant leadership culture fosters a more effective and compassionate leadership culture in your organization. In 8 Essential Steps to Build a Servant Leadership Culture, author and leadership expert Tenia Davis, Ph.D., outlines a proven process for creating better leaders.This practical guide includes everything leaders need to know to create an environment that encourages employee engagement and drives organizational success.

The process includes identifying the right people for leadership roles, providing ongoing training and development opportunities, and helping team members internalize a servant leadership mindset that emphasizes serving others over traditional power dynamics.

In organizations where the leadership team models servant leadership principles, those leaders create an atmosphere where employees feel valued, appreciated, and empowered. Servant leadership done well creates an environment of trust where individuals are more likely to be engaged in their work and motivated to achieve results that benefit everyone involved.

Whether you’re looking for ways to transform your existing team or build one from scratch, this book provides all the tools and information necessary to develop strong leaders who embody servant leadership’s spirit — making it an absolute must-read!


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