Practicing Servant Leadership

Practicing Servant Leadership: Succeeding Through Trust, Bravery and Forgiveness

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Published September, 2004, this vibrant book brings together powerful essays from the Greenleaf Center's Voices of Servant-Leadership Series, plus supplemental writings by Robert K. Greenleaf, Larry C. Spears, Michele Lawrence, and a Foreword by Warren Bennis.

 

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Published September, 2004, this vibrant book brings together powerful essays from the Greenleaf Center’s Voices of Servant-Leadership Series, plus supplemental writings by Robert K. Greenleaf, Larry C. Spears, Michele Lawrence, and a Foreword by Warren Bennis.

Content includes:
Foreword, Why Servant-Leadership Matters, Warren Bennis
Introduction, Larry C. Spears and Michele Lawrence
1. The Essence of Servant-Leadership, Robert K. Greenleaf
2. The Understanding and Practice of Servant-Leadership, Larry C. Spears
3. The Unique Double Servant-Leadership Role of the Board Chairperson, John Carver
4. Love and Work, James A. Autry
5. Servant-Leadership and Philanthropic Institutions, John C. Burkhardt and Larry C. Spears
6. On the Right Side of History, John Bogle
7. Anatomy of a Collaboration, Wendell J. Walls
8. Servant-Leadership Characteristics in Organizational Life, Don DeGraaf and Colin Tilley and Larry Neal
9. Toward a Theology of Institutions, David Specht and Richard Broholm
10. Foresight as the Central Ethic of Leadership, Daniel H. Kim
11. Servant-Leadership, Forgiveness, and Social Justice, Shann Ferch
12. The Servant-Leader: From Hero to Host, Margaret Wheatley

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Weight 1.18 lbs
Dimensions 9.2 x 6.5 x 1.1 in

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