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Servant Leadership Practice: 40 Days to Transform Your Leadership and Your Organization
     

Servant Leadership Practice: 40 Days to Transform Your Leadership and Your Organization

by Scott Ward
 
Servant Leadership is getting the most out of you and your team. Concisely, it can summed up with the leader asking a staff person, "How can I help you or hinder you less?" Most writings about Servant Leadership deal with a leader's character. This book gives practical examples and encouragement to implement some of the principles. Sometimes taking examples from the

Overview

Servant Leadership is getting the most out of you and your team. Concisely, it can summed up with the leader asking a staff person, "How can I help you or hinder you less?" Most writings about Servant Leadership deal with a leader's character. This book gives practical examples and encouragement to implement some of the principles. Sometimes taking examples from the business headlines, there are 40 essays that could be read and acted upon each day for eight weeks. In that time, you will be a different kind of leader. Your organization will be changed also into a group that will be poised to do great things.

If you want to create a place where people want to be at work, read this book.

In addition, each essay has a scriptural extra. The author has tapped into a biblical principle, example or commentary on the character traits.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012590022
Publisher:
4ward Associates
Publication date:
04/27/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
833,755
File size:
858 KB

Meet the Author

With over 30 years of management experience, Scott Anthony Ward has been practicing servant leadership before he knew it had a name. Others have been encouraged and challenged by his writing and speaking. He has had employees who claim they'd rather be at work than at home. No one in his companies has dreaded going to work. To give a talk on back/spinal care, one occupational therapist told him that she volunteered because she wanted to see what kind of "magic was happening here." Her patients from his company would say, "Hurry up! I want to get back to work." None of her patients from other companies talk that way.

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