Servant Leadership with a Lot of Engagement

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Servant Leadership with a Lot of Engagement
Gregory Johnson, Coach, United States

The search for progressive stability in today's volatile environments needs a steady humanistic presence.

The "traditional barking" of standard people in positions of leadership cannot effectively lead our collection of societies through current tsunami of distractions and disruption.
The profile of being a Servant Leader can present assets beneficial to some form of stability and recovery in many societies and organizations. Servant Leadership is a good starting point in realizing we need people in positions accepting their role of SERVING. Through adopting the mindset of purpose around serving the people within your personal and professional networks.
The language being used could be along the lines of "What do WE want to see in the future?" The emphasis would be on the "we" part of the dialogue.
Another concept not many will embrace but I believe compliments and strengthens the journey of progressive stability (resilience) is the fuel of Stewardship in business and in life.
The Humanistic qualities of engagement will be key to moving ahead TOGETHER. Allowing everyone to have a voice during a time when no one has any fruitful answers could result in a series of rich exchanges.
As such, I am promoting Servant Leadership holding hands or embracing the characteristics of Stewardship as an engagement practice. I believe it would be a win-win situation in the present and take us to an engaging journey to Resilience for all by many contributors instead of listening to certain folks that are just guessing based on their limited narcissistic vision.

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