Many people love the idea of servant leadership, but are not convinced that it can produce great results.
Servant leadership is an ancient concept with modern applications.
How to effectively use Objectives & Key Results (OKRs) to help be be accountable for results.
Intelligence is important for public servant leaders to succeed, but intuition is necessary to deliver great results.
Public Service and Servant Leadership are two different things.
The Gun Barrel City EDC has partnered with the JDGray Group to lead the recruitment efforts for the EDC's new Executive Director. The recruitment will begin in early October 2...
After a 3 month, stakeholder-centric process facilitated by the JDGray Group, the Pilot Point City Council approved a new Vision Statement and Guiding Principles for inclusion...
The Nacogdoches CVB Board of Directors voted today to engage the JDGray Group to perform an executive recruitment for its next Executive Director. The recruitment is expected...
Pilot Point Texas Selects JDGray Group for Strategic Planning Effort
Repost from Community Impact Newspaper:
When Odis Jones came to Hutto as its new city manager in December, he said he would not support a May 6 bond election.
Working toward a h...
Servant Leadership in a Nutshell
March 6, 2018
Pilot Point Adopts Vision Statement & Guiding Principles
September 12, 2017
Results because of servant leadership, not in spite of it.
April 3, 2018
Helping people be accountable or holding people accountable?
January 31, 2018
Using Intelligence and Intuition as a Public Servant Leader
January 10, 2018
Let's not Confuse Public Service with Servant Leadership
October 5, 2017
Gun Barrel City Economic Development Corporation Selects JDGray Group to Recruit a new Executive Director
September 21, 2017