Successful leaders know that it isn't enough to lead employees - you must also actively help them succeed. While traditional leadership generally involves the exercise of power by those at the "top of the pyramid," servant leadership is different. The servant-leader shares power puts the needs of others first while helping others develop and perform at the highest possible level.
"I believe in the concept of servant leadership - It's about 'everything that we do is for someone else' and serving others. I believe in it not just because we are in law enforcement, security, and the corporate world, and I do genuinely think that we were placed on this earth to serve others." Mac Tristan
Servant leadership is not merely a leadership style or technique. Instead, it's a behavior that you adopt over the longer term. Some of the most well-known advocates of servant leadership include Ken Blanchard, Stephen Covey, M. Scott Peck, and Ann McGee-Cooper.
This presentation will help you and your team focus on what's most important and will set you on track to improve overall effectiveness, accomplish goals, and exceed operational and financial expectations.
This session will cover:
– What you, the individual brings to the team
– The reality of workplace engagement by our employees
– The key to building great teams and accomplishing extraordinary results
– The 10 characteristics of Servant Leadership
– And, key leadership principles and skills for future success.