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Ways to establish a culture of servant leadership

  • Let others see you serve and encourage them to join you.
  • Make sure they know that you care. Being knowledgeable does not make you a good leader - being caring does.
  • Invest your time in your people. Regularly connect with them.
  • Don’t place restrictions on your willingness to serve.

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A dictator barks out orders and does not take into account the wants and needs of others. 

Servant leaders work tirelessly to develop their people and are focused on what they can do for others.

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