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Ant Leadership These pieces were designed to stimulate and inspire people in the practice of a caring leadership and reflect Greenleaf. Excellent read for anyone in a leadership position or aspiring to such a position In much of the book he speaks to young people It s kind of a popular thing right now to have high school classes on leadership this would be a great resource for such a classI did kind of get bogged down in the chapter on seminaries although even there he spoke about critical thinking which is important for any individual or organization I found the chapter on aging rather interesting Overall this was well worth my time and I may revisit some of these essays in the future

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The Power of Servant Leadership

's continual refinement of his servant as leader concept focusing on issues such as spirit commitment to vision and seeing things whol. This book challenged my thinking in regard to the role of the seminary and theological education within the church world I appreciate much of what it says I have been exposed to the idea of servant leadership in the past However I was rather surprised to understand the implicit connection that the author appears to make between servant leadership and his own pacifistic views What struck me is that only a pacifist can hold to the theory of servant leadership

Summary The Power of Servant Leadership

The Power of Servant Leadership is a collection of Robert Greenleaf's finest and most mature works and an unexpected seuel to his Serv. A book of immense hope that saves its best essay for the end


10 thoughts on “The Power of Servant Leadership

  1. says:

    Introductory SummaryThe editor of this book is Larry C Spears who at the time of this writing is the CEO of the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership since 1990 The foundation for this book is grounded in the person of Robert K Gree

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    A book of immense hope that saves its best essay for the end

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    The title is a sufficient caption for anyone who is charged with the responsibility of leading According to a f

  4. says:

    This book is a collection of eight essays by Robert Greenleaf which were all initially published separately after his seminal book Servant Leadership As such it is sometimes hard to find the thread of servant leadership in each of th

  5. says:

    Excellent read for anyone in a leadership position or aspiring to such a position In much of the book he speaks to young people It’s kind of a popular thing right now to have high school classes on leadership; this would be a great resource for such a classI did kind of get bogged down in the chapter on seminar

  6. says:

    Greenleaf had a lot of gems of wisdom in this book but some essays were better than others I really enjoyed the essays on the relig

  7. says:

    This book challenged my thinking in regard to the role of the seminary and theological education within the church

  8. says:

    Outstanding core information of the most insightful prescription for leadership with purpose

  9. says:

    A collection of Greenleaf writings through the years Thought provoking and timeless the concepts he explores will stand the test of time

  10. says:

    Like diving through sludge to find pearls

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