A Servant Leader...

  • Upends the pyramid of conventional management thinking.

    Servant leaders put themselves at the bottom of the pyramid and unleash the energy, excitement and talents of the team, business and community. All are equal, all our called to lead, all are mentors.

  • Runs to great purpose.

    Servant leaders hold out in front of their team, business or community a "reason why" that is so big that it requires and motivates everybody's very best effort.

  • Raises the bar of expectation.

    Servant leaders are highly selective in the choice of team leaders and establish high standards of performance. These actions build a culture of performance throughout the team, business or community. Each team member is both unique and equal!

  • Blazes the trail.

    Servant leaders teach Servant Leadership principles and practices and remove obstacles to performance. These actions increase the servant leader’s impact by educating and activating tier after tier of leadership. Servant leaders aren’t afraid to do what is necessary, but instead looks forward to doing whatever is necessary.

  • Builds on strengths.

    Servant leaders strategically select each person in the team, business or community to contribute what he or she is best at. This improves everyone's performance and solidifies teams by aligning the strengths of many people. A servant team requires each member to lead when their strength is needed.


Business Proposition

* We charge no fees. We exist to serve.
* We will not ask or solicit donations. We will accept spiritual services and financial donations.
* We will ask for expenses only and will clearly outline those before charged.
* WE WILL SERVE

 
 

Resources on
Servant Leadership

Top Links/Sites
Books
  • Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power
    by Robert K. Greenleaf
  • The Servant: A Simple Story About the True Essence of Leadership
    by James Hunter
  • Seven Pillars of Servant Leadership: Practicing the Wisdom of Leading
    by James Sipe
  • The Servant as Leader
    by Robert K. Greenleaf
  • The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership
    by John Maxwell