How Ashley Smalley Thinks About Building Relational Leadership in Business

On today's episode of "How Leaders Think" Kenny Lange sits down with Ashley Smalley to delve into the importance of relational leadership and building a kingdom culture in business. In this insightful conversation, they discuss the disparity between claimed accessibility and genuine connection, the crucial role of embodying core values, and practical steps for leading relationally, such as scheduling one-on-one meetings. Ashley shares her thoughts on loving people well in a business context and highlights the value of getting to know employees beyond their professional roles. Whether you're leading a team or managing a business, this interview offers actionable insights into investing time in relationships, showing vulnerability, and creating an environment where employees feel genuinely cared for.

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Creators and Guests

Kenny Lange
Kenny Lange
Jesus follower, husband, bio-dad to 3, adopted-dad to 2, foster-dad to 18+. @SystemandSoul Certified Coach. Dir. Ops @NCCTylerTX. Go @ChelseaFC
Ashley Smalley
Ashley Smalley
Ashley Smalley is the Founder of Smalley Consulting, a Human Resources consulting firm focused on building unity one team at a time. Her goal is to help people enjoy their work more, because they enjoy the people with whom they work more. Ashley is a certified human resources professional, women's minister, keynote speaker, lover of people, and novice drummer.
How Ashley Smalley Thinks About Building Relational Leadership in Business
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