This introductory course is for those organizations that want to adopt Servant Leadership and understand that this model will challenge their manager's beliefs and behaviours. According to this model, the leader exists to serve the people instead of the people working to serve the leader.
Despite being practised in some top-ranking companies and having received a strong consensus in academic research, Servant Leadership is seldom applied in many EU companies. It could be as Servant Leadership is counterintuitive in some cultures. In SL, the main goal of the leader is to serve!
- A clear understanding of the Servant Leadership model and its positive outcome
- An assessment of your servant leadership attitude
- Practical examples of expected Servant Leader behaviours
Talents and high potential wishing to embark on a path of organizational growth and innovative leadership styles.
What is servant leadership, what outcome, and how can it be measured
- What is leadership
- The Contrast between Command-Leadership and Servant-Leadership
- Studies about the effectiveness of Servant Leadership
- How to measure Servant Leadership
- Differences between Transformational leadership and Servant Leadership
Developing the seven behaviours of servant leadership:
- Emotional healing
- Creating value for the community
- Conceptual skills
- Empowering others
- Helping subordinates grow and succeed
- Putting subordinates first
- Behaving ethically
Developing the "I serve" mentality: I serve because I am the leader, and I am the leader because I serve.