Being truthful means that we can grow and mature, learning from our mistakes.


Truthful Leadership

Quite simply, servant leaders tell the truth.

Being truthful isn’t always easy. Sometimes you want to spare a person’s feelings, or avoid looking at your own weaknesses. But being a leader requires you to see things as they really are, so you can work to make them better. This means acting with honesty and integrity, and sharing feedback – both giving and receiving – in a way that fosters care and truthfulness.

Being truthful doesn’t give you license to be hurtful or reckless. In servant leadership, truthfulness is a way of expressing care for others.

  • Do what you say you will do
  • Share feedback in an honest, caring way
  • Respond to feedback from others in a caring, non-defensive way
Permission to Speak Freely

Permission to Speak Freely

What if everyone could confidently communicate without fearing a negative response?

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