Art Barter loves caring for people, inspiring people, and equipping people. Out of that comes stories—and he loves stories. In this interview, host John Vonhof talks with Art about his journey as he learned about servant leadership, how he implemented it at Datron, and then how he decided to write three books about it.
Host James Carmody shares the stories of servant leaders who are rising up and making a difference. Listen as he interviews servant leader Art Barter.
Art shares the process behind assuring everyone in the organization understands where the company is going and how they are going to get there. Drawing from his new book, The Art of Servant Leadership II, Art entertains and informs on the vital subject of communication and alignment as a servant leader.
Leadership. It's a term that we hear often, but do we really know what it means. Do you know what kind of leader you are or would like to be?
Another term I have been hearing a lot lately is Servant Leadership. What is it, how does it differ from the traditional model of leadership? Why should we be taking notice of it? Our amazing podcast guest is here today to answer those questions such as "what is leadership" and show us the art of Servant Leadership.
Listen as Art Barter, CEO and founder of the Servant Leadership Institute, explains how his finance career path took a detour to the CEO office of Datron Communications as he chats with Jack Sweeney, co-host of CFO THOUGHT LEADER.
For this episode, we wanted to go back to a conference conversation between SLI Founder and CEO Art Barter and Ken Blanchard. The leadership knowledge both of these men have is vast and to have them together….. Fireworks!! We hope you enjoy this episode!
Art Barter joins Dov Baron, host of the Leadership And Loyalty Podcast and author of Full Monty Leadership as they discuss how you can develop servant leaders within your organization in just 18 weeks
The Transformational Behaviors of a Servant Leader: What does it mean to be a servant leader? And why does it matter? How can it make a difference in the way you live your day-to-day life as a leader? How can it transform the lives of others? As the owner and Cultural Architect of Datron World Communications, Inc., Art Barter turned a $10 million company into a $200 million dollar company in just six years.
Art Barter sits down with one of his personal heroes, Kathy West of the Epilepsy Foundation. Through the conversation, they address how to help others and lead courageously through life's struggles. Art has dealt with epilepsy all of his life and recounts how important Kathy has been in his life. Kathy is a true servant leader that affects hundreds of people's lives affected by epilepsy.