Servant Leadership

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Servant Leadership, a term coined and defined by Robert Greenleaf in 1970, is a simple idea with many implications. The premise of this leadership style is that the leader is servant first making sure that other people’s needs are met first.   In this philosophy, the leader is the servant and enjoys the resources of the people.

Servant Leadership, a term coined and defined by Robert Greenleaf in 1970, is a simple idea with many implications. The premise of this leadership style is that the leader is servant first making sure that other people’s needs are met first.   In this philosophy, the leader is the servant and enjoys the resources of the people.

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  1. Leslie Seeley

    Servant Leadership is not a term to be taken lightly. It is not a catch phrase, but rather a culture movement and a lifestyle commitment. Honey Shelton and Janice Branch have a true appreciation and understanding of this leadership style. Read this article to learn more about Servant Leadership and to see if you’re ready to embark on the journey to being a servant first and leader second.

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