The Power of Servant Leadership
In 1970, retired AT&T executive Robert K. Greenleaf coined the term'servant-leadership' to describe a kind of leadership that he felt was largely missing from organisations. It was Greenleaf's belief that leadership ought to be based upon serving the needs of...
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In 1970, retired AT&T executive Robert K. Greenleaf coined the term'servant-leadership' to describe a kind of leadership that he felt was largely missing from organisations. It was Greenleaf's belief that leadership ought to be based upon serving the needs of others, and of helping those who are served to become `healthier, wiser, freer, more autonomous, more likely themselves to become servants.' Over the next twenty years, Greenleaf wrote a series of highly influential books and essays which have helped to lead the way for the emerging model in leadership and management. The Power of Servant Leadership is a collection of Greenleaf's finest and most mature essays on servant-leadership, designed to stimulate and inspire many people in their practice of a more caring, serving kind of leadership. Sales Points A powerful collection of Robert K. Greenleaf's finest writings, available for the first time in book form Greenleaf'1977 book, Servant Leadership, has sold more than 90,000 copies and, twenty years later, still sells approximately 5,000 copies a year Greenleaf is widely recognised as a seminal thinker in the areas of leadership and management, having influenced many of today's leading management gurus including Peter Senge, Peter Vaill, Margaret Wheatley, Warren Bennis, Jim Kouzes, and others.
"The Power of Servant Leadership" is a collection of Robert Greenleaf's finest and most mature works and an unexpected sequel to his "Servant Leadership." These pieces were designed to stimulate and inspire people in the practice of a more caring leadership and reflect Greenleaf's continual refinement of his servant-as-leader concept, focusing on issues such as spirit, commitment to vision, and seeing things whole.
Greenleaf spent most of his career in management at AT&T.
- :about The Author<br> Foreword By Peter B. Vaill <br> Preface <br> Acknowledgments <br> Introduction By Larry C. Spears<br> 1. Servant: Retrospect And Prospects<br> 2. Education And Maturity<br> 3. The Leadership Crisis <br> 4. Have You A Dream Deferred?<br> 5. The Servant As Religious Leader <br> 6. Seminary As Servant <br> 7. My Debt To E. B. White <br> 8. Old Age: The Ultimate Test Of Spirit <br> Afterword By James P. Shannon <br> References And Permissions <br> Greenleaf Bibliography <br> Index <br> About The Editor And The Greenleaf Center