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Jim Hunter on Servant Leadership

Jim Hunter on Servant Leadership

Aug 7, 2014-- Jim Hunter has been training servant leaders for over 30 years and is the author of two internationally best-selling books on the topic. Servant leadership brings love to leadership, and Hunter defines it as "the business of identifying and meeting people's legitimate needs, seeking their greatest good so they can grow." In this interview, Hunter discusses how to create real change through servant leadership. He also talks about how to bring true love, humility, and authenticity into an organization. True love, Jim says, is "a whole lot more than feeling. Feelings come and go based on whether I ate pizza last night." True love is "a willingness to extend yourself, committed, all-in, regardless of how I happen to feel this week." (17235 reads)


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