Tag Archives: The Servant as Leader

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 Paradox of “Leadership Lists”

So many books on leadership and management feature lists.  There’s Edwards Deming’s “14 Management Principles,” Steven Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” Robert Quinn’s “8 Seed Thoughts.” Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals contains 11 rules on “the ethics of means … 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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