Good leaders must first become good servants.
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The Ten Gifts of A Servant Leader

The Ten Gifts of A Servant Leader

Jun 4, 2013-- "As many small trickles of water feed the mightiest of rivers, the growing number of individuals and organizations practicing servant-leadership has increased into a torrent, one that carries with it a deep current of meaning and passion. Robert K. Greenleaf 's idea of servant-leadership, now in its fourth decade as a concept bearing that name, continues to create a quiet revolution in workplaces around the world. Since the time of the Industrial Revolution, managers have tended to view people as tools, while organizations have considered workers as cogs in a machine. In the past few decades we have witnessed a shift in that long-held view." Read on to learn more about servant leadership and its growing impact. (80243 reads)

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