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1 The minute you think you’ve got it, you’ve lost it. --E. D. Hulse

2 JUDAISM One of the necessary elements to acquire Torah CONFUCIANISM The solid foundation of all virtues BUDDHISM Without humility, one is not able to see the truth. ISLAM “The followers of Allah are those who walk on the earth in humility.” CHRISTIANITY God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble. KINNIER “To not exalt oneself—to show humility” What is it? How do I communicate it? What is the Result? How do I develop it? Required Readings HUMILITY

3 SELF-RESTRAINT not “Me first” but “After you, my friend” STRENGTH UNDER CONTROL not drawing attention to yourself but highlighting the abilities of others OPEN TO THE INPUT OF OTHERS not defensive or overly self-aware but teachable, willing to take advice What is it? How do I communicate it? What is the Result? How do I develop it? Required Readings HUMILITY

4 THE HUMBLE PERSON modest respectful teachable THE ARROGANT PERSON conceited haughty egotistical big-headed superior overconfident self-important condescending What is it? How do I communicate it? What is the Result? How do I develop it? Required Readings HUMILITY

5 THE HUMBLE PERSON compliments others, respects their achievements is a good winner and a good loser is agreeable, not abrasive, supportive of others is a good follower, serves under authority emerges as a servant leader THE ARROGANT PERSON jealous, tries to one-up when others are recognized must be first, better, smarter, center of attention runs over others or ignores them bristles when given advice, fights back at criticism wants to lead, but people rarely follow What is it? How do I communicate it? What is the Result? How do I develop it? Required Readings HUMILITY

6 Talk about others more than yourself. Say things like … I was wrong. I should have listened to you—of course you’re right. I never thought of that. You’re great at this! I trust your judgment—you decide. What is it? How do I communicate it? What is the Result? How do I develop it? Required Readings HUMILITY

7 What is it? How do I communicate it? What is the Result? How do I develop it? Required Readings HUMILITY Ronald F. Wagley Chairman, CEO, & President Transamerica Corporation Paul Potts Mobile phone salesman on Britain’s Got Talent Peyton Manning One of the greatest quarterbacks of all time Rev. Billy Graham World-renowned religious leader, friend and counselor to Presidents

8 SOCIAL RESULTS more fun, more popular meaningful relationships PROFESSIONAL RESULTS enjoyable work environment tasks get accomplished ROMANTIC RESULTS fewer disagreements mutual satisfaction What is it? How do I communicate it? What is the result? How do I develop it? Required Readings HUMILITY

9 What is it? How do I communicate it? What is the result? How do I develop it? Required Readings HUMILITY In the required readings…

10 What is it? How do I communicate it? What is the result? How do I develop it? Required Readings HUMILITY Required Readings How to develop humility Peyton Manning – world-famous but still choosing to honor and serve othersPeyton Manning Seven ways to become arrogant without even tryingarrogant Examples of “Level 5 leaders” who exhibit humility while giving expert corporate leadershipcorporate leadership How to receive a compliment with humble appreciationHow to receive a compliment Humility as Strength -- brief thoughts from a sales trainerHumility as Strength The presence of humility and arrogance among physiciansphysicians Journal Entry Choose two or three individuals highlighted in this unit and describe how they exhibit humility. (a) How do they portray humility in what they say and how they act? (b) Then apply those same communication cues to a social or professional context in your own life. If you were to exhibit the same behaviors in that context, how would others respond?

11 What is it? How do I communicate it? What is the result? How do I develop it? Required Readings HUMILITY Required Readings How to develop humility Peyton Manning – world-famous but still choosing to honor and serve othersPeyton Manning Seven ways to become arrogant without even tryingarrogant Examples of “Level 5 leaders” who exhibit humility while giving expert corporate leadershipcorporate leadership How to receive a compliment with humble appreciationHow to receive a compliment Humility as Strength -- brief thoughts from a sales trainerHumility as Strength The presence of humility and arrogance among physiciansphysicians Journal Entry Choose two or three individuals highlighted in this unit and describe how they exhibit humility. (a) How do they portray humility in what they say and how they act? (b) Then apply those same communication cues to a social or professional context in your own life. If you were to exhibit the same behaviors in that context, how would others respond?


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