Tag Archives: Robert Greenleaf

Servants Know First

“Servants Know First” is the title of the first sermon I delivered this year.  (See VIDEO of it below.) The Gospel reading is from John 2:1-11, the wedding at Cana where Jesus performs his first miracle: turning the water into … Continue reading

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Inside Dance

It may be my favorite piece of dance:  Turning Tides, created and choreographed by Randy Duncan, with music by Sam Harris, Gavin Dillard, and Bruce Roberts.  It’s in two parts, beginning with “Adrift,” a solo dance, and then “The Storm,” … Continue reading

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The “Structure” of “The Servant as Leader”

Note:  This is the lead post in a series on Robert Greenleaf’s The Servant as Leader.  A seminal piece in leadership theory, this small book—a long essay, actually—started the whole field of Servant Leadership studies.  See end for a list … Continue reading

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