Dig – Anthrocubeologist Goes on Archaeology Dig

Those who do not know the torment of the unknown cannot have the joy of discovery. – Claude Bernard Uncertainty. Discovery. Knowledge. Practice. These are the four words I use to describe the recent post, Two Steps to Being an Archaeologist-Leader, by Brilliance Within Coaching’s Jeff Harmon. From my perspective and experience, these are four words that that nicely … More Dig – Anthrocubeologist Goes on Archaeology Dig

Be – Querencia

I learned querencia – a Spanish word – in 2011 from Isabel Lopez. From this came a mantra – my mantra – In QUERENCIA, be the CATALYST who SERVES. Isabel, author of The Wisdom of Servant Leadership, taught others and me the foundations of servant leadership thorough the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership on-line academy/training. … More Be – Querencia

Servant Leadership – A Philosophy

Servant leadership is one of the three areas contributing to the framework of anthrocubeology. As an anthrocubeologist, this can also be stated as my exploration of cubeopolis includes a servant-leader philosophy. The servant-leader is servant first … It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first. Then conscious choice brings … More Servant Leadership – A Philosophy