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Serving and Educating
Arif ur Rehman, Professor, Pakistan, Member
A leader should begin by the aphorism ‘to serve.’ This he integrates by developing character and responsibility in himself and his ‘associates’. He seeks to actively listen first before doing the talking. Further, since corporate business is a dialogue about the future, therein he imagines possibilities, and educates the team and carries it along. The future then unfolds like a developing bud of a plant. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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James Townsend, Manager, United States, Member
  Thank you for the comment and illustration. Much of servant leadership is seeking to understand another person.

   
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Servant-Leadership
Summary
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The Servant-Leadership Model Should Be Taught to Anyone in a Position of Authority
🔥Values-based Leadership
Egalitarianism and Servant Leadership
Best Practices
🥇Examples of Great Servant Leaders
🥈Servant vs Charismatic Leaders
🥉Quotes on Servant Leadership and Servanthood
The Leader is an Enabler
Influence of Culture on Servant Leadership
Serving and Educating
Difference between Style and Leadership
Followers Empower Servant Leaders
Do not Confuse Kindness and Humility of Servant Leaders with Weakness
Servant Leaders can Turn into Manipulators
Is Servant Leadership a Seperate Style?
Servant Leadership at the Top Position
Servant Leadership Paradox
Needed! Servant Leaders for the Corporate World
Servant Leadership Blended with Quantum Leadership and Diversity


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