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Servant Leadership

Servant Leadership is a philosophy practiced nationwide by businesses, organizations, and institutions. It embraces the concept that the heart of leadership empowers others to:
  • Serve first and seek the best for those they lead
  • Help them as individuals and influence them to make moral and ethical decisions
  • Use power and authority for helping others grow

Servant Leadership can transform an individual and a community. Servant Leadership is a practical philosophy concerned with the ethical use of power and authority. Servant Leadership is a model of business management that demonstrates that arrogance, greed and selfishness don’t have to be the hallmarks of business. It is a model that is catching on with corporations today.

Servant Leadership is a different, and many think better, approach to leadership. It is an approach that puts serving others - including employees, customers, and community - as the number one priority. Servant Leadership emphasizes increased service to others and a holistic approach to work, promoting a sense of community and the sharing of power in decision-making.

Servant Leadership is not just about how we do business. It is about how we do life. Find out more about Servant Leadership at The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership.

Last Updated: 05/25/2012
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