Why Is Humility Such a Valuable Attribute?

Humility isn’t natural for most successful contractors. But it is a tremendous attribute (for senior leaders especially) to cultivate. In the words of FBI’s Rob Hoover: “Humility is a guiding principle for being a Servant Leader, having genuine curiosity, and relating to other people.”

Please tune in this week as Wayne outlines five reasons why humility is such a tremendous quality for construction leaders and relates a story about Abraham Lincoln to emphasize the point. What life lessons have pointed out the need for humility to you? Please share with us in the comments.

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  1. Another great message Wayne. You don’t just build better contractors, you also help me and my team of financial advisors by sharing your insights. Well done.

    • Cool, Arnie. Good to hear!

  2. Wayne, very well presented.

    • Thanks, Don!

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