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February 07, 2011


Mike Henry Sr.

Scott, as usual, your insights are very perceptive. The Jerry Jones / Mike Tomlin contrast is energizing. The tide is changing. Thanks for pointing out the servant leaders.


Mark Guthrie

Thanks for the reflection and platform to share further. Clearly Tomlim is a winner and a very authentic servant leader, it is so apparent every time he speaks. Adding to your points, if one thinks and acts to serve their family, faith, country and organization/team first (all are very important regardless of the order) each and every day…all of your interests/goals as a person and leader will be fulfilled in the end.

John Maxwell is a great "coaching" resource for those interested in learning more about developing and acting as a servant leader.

Scott, and thank YOU for your servant leadership as well!


Scott Eblin

Thanks Mark for your thoughtful comments and sharing more about what works for you. An inspirational perpsective.


I agree with Mike - the contrast of Jones to Tomlin reveals a classic contrast in toxic to servant leadership. I am including a link to this piece in this month's Servant Leadership Observer at

Thank you for sharing, Scott.

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