Description: Servant leadership is a journey of many stages. Whether you’re an individual or organization, and wherever you are in the process, The Robert K. Greenleaf Center offers a broad spectrum of resources to bring the servant-leadership community together, to learn, think, connect, share and grow.
Description: Robert Greenleaf's concept of the servant-leader was stimulated by his reading of Journey to the East by Herman Hesse. It is the story of a group of travelers who were served by Leo, who did their menial chores and lifted them with his spirit and song. All went well until Leo disappeared one day.
Description: “The servant-leader is servant first… It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first.” -Robert K. Greenleaf Servant leadership is a philosophy and set of practices that enriches the lives of individuals, builds better organizations and ultimately creates a more just and caring world.
Description: Presenter: William M. Casterlow. Kent State University at Stark. The ideas behind servant leadership are ancient, but Robert K. Greenleaf is the person. who first articulated them for our time. Indiana at the height of that city’s robust participation in the Industrial Revolution.
Description: In Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness (1977), Greenleaf explored the nature, use (and abuse) of power. Additional publications followed, including Servant, Leader and Follower (1978), Teacher as Servant: A Parable (1979), …
Description: Robert K. Greenleaf (1904–1990) was the founder of the modern Servant leadership movement and the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. Greenleaf was born in Terre Haute, Indiana in 1904. After graduating from Carleton College in Minnesota, he went to work for AT&T, then the American Telephone and Telegraph Company.
Description: Servant leadership. By comparison, the servant-leader shares power, puts the needs of others first and helps people develop and perform as highly as possible. Servant leadership turns the power pyramid upside down which puts the customer service associates at top of pyramid; instead of the people working to serve the leader,...
Description: Ten Principles of Servant Leadership 2 July, 2014 by Jonathan Sandling 3 Comments This article aims to summarise the ten principles of Servant Leadership as proposed by Robert Greenleaf.
Description: The idea of servant leadership was coined more thoroughly and brought to a modern business world by Robert K. Greenleaf. His book The Servant as Leader was published in 1970 and it still forms the basis of the theory to this day.
Description: This webinar will teach you the practical steps for you and your organization to build your servant leadership capacity, the critical elements to development that sticks and a cutting edge formula for change. All of this can be done with no budget and limited time.
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