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Introduction Of Servant Leadership Infographic

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As We look ahead into the next century, leader will be those who empower others. - Bill Gate

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What is servant leadership?

In 1970

Robert Greenleaf, the CEO of American telephone and telegraph company, inspired by the story. He first proposed the concept of servant leadership, and reveals the essence of a true about leadership: Leadership is not the basis of power, it is authority. Authority is built on love, service and sacrifice.





10 qualities of leadership

  • Servant leadership puts the other person first and is meant to reach out to people's hearts and minds to understand their thoughts and needs through listening. Listening, accompanied by constant reflection, is essential to servant leadership.

  • The servant leader tries to understand and empathize with the other person. Instead of focusing on personal gains and losses, the servant leader accepts and recognizes the hard work of the other team members and appreciates it.

  • Healing is a powerful weapon in servant leadership: helping them navigate the difficult times of transition, restructuring, and consolidation. One of the greatest strengths of servant leadership is its ability to help others heal as well as himself.

  • Awareness, especially self-awareness, is another hallmark of the servant leader. He does not revel in past or present successes. He knows that there are times when he needs to be challenged and stirred to not be satisfied with the status quo.

  • Servant leadership is not based on authority or authority, but a way to persuade others to agree to a plan or work, rather than forcing them to do so.

  • The servant leader dares to dream - even exaggerated dreams can become reality. Despite his / her wild imagination, he is grounded in his/ her approach to problems, and he /she is able to skillfully balance the "conceptualized" intention with the realistic context of everyday affairs, both of which are necessary.

  • To err is human, and the servant leader may make mistakes, but he /she is able to constantly learn from his actions, reflect on his /her actions, and gain foresight for future behavior decisions.

  • What people are looking for in a steward is a heartfelt feeling. Servant leadership has the heart of a housekeeper, serving the members of the organization and the community in which the organization operates.

  • Servant leadership is committed to helping each member of the organization grow, making people stronger, smarter, freer, and more autonomous.

  • The servant leader does not "make a fortune"; he builds, works, and serves enduring communities.