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Servant leader's attitude

Instead of being a dictator and employees followers, a true servant leader serves the employees as well.

A leader makes sure each team member has the resources and support necessary to learn and grow.


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Successful leadership starts with an attitude of providing service to the goals and dreams of customers and colleagues.

The goal of servant leadership is to lead with integrity, honesty, and professionalism at all times.

Workers who have "buy in" often deliver quality products,...

The servant leader concept emphasizes the importance of working for the benefit of the community at large.

This type of leader sees the bigger picture and creates products that improve the quality of life for customers. 

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  • 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 restr...

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  • Isn’t concerned about acquiring or holding onto power.
  • Isn’t focused on maintaining a certain reputation above all else.
  • Isn’t obsessed with staying ahead of everyone else on the ladder.
  • Doesn’t fear employees gaining skills and knowledge beyon...

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The concept of servant leadership

The actual term for a leader who upends the power pyramid to put others' needs first was introduced by Robert Greenleaf in his influential 1970 essay "The Servant As Leader" in 1970.

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