Outline - Nathan Jensen Outline Servant Leadership The idea...

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Nathan Jensen Outline Servant Leadership The idea of servant leadership is to put serving others in front of all else: - Co-workers, clients, customers, and the surrounding community - Robert Greenleaf is the father of servant leadership. - Aspirations to lead come only after other’s needs are met. Servant Leaders have multiple responsibilities: - Tasks to be completed are a managerial responsibility but take a back seat to people. - Ideal servant leaders are more focused on meeting the needs of others before tasks are accomplished or targeted. - Servant leadership brings autonomy to employees and corporations, at the same time, leader first managers desire power and money and are seen as on the negative end of the spectrum. Incorporating servant leadership can be easy - Allowing servant techniques to be part of the companies vision o Be a servant first, then a leader - Ask questions: o “who do you serve?” and “for what purpose?” - Training sessions for new employees or existing employees. o
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course COM 318 taught by Professor Stewart during the Spring '07 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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