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The Leader is an Enabler
Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States, Premium Member
Within the context of the Mission-Men-Self ethos of servant leadership, the Leader enables those around him or her to transcend their personal expectations as a means for achieving the common purpose. This may require the deflation of the ego-based self-esteem of some while enticing greater moral sufficiency in others, and may not be a pleasant experience in the moment. But by submitting to Mission before Self, the Leader gains the moral leverage necessary to enable superiors and subordinates alike to be all they can be. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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How Servant Leaders Enable Others
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
Thanks and congratulations Tom with such profound thoughts and also with your very precise choice of wording. In doing so, you connected the Mission-Men-Self ethos and Greenleaf's Servant Leadership philosophy in a powerful way.
 

 
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