Introduction: Tracing the Past, Present, and Future of Servant-Leadership (L. Spears).
PART ONE: SERVANT-LEADERSHIP AND THE INDIVIDUAL.
Essentials of Servant-Leadership (R. Greenleaf).
Servant-Leadership and Community Leadership in the Twenty-First Century (S. Covey).
Servant-Leadership and the Imaginative Life (M. Jones).
Leadership as Partnership (R. Moxley).
Teaching Servant-Leadership (H. Beazley & J. Beggs).
Fannie Lou Hamer, Servant of the People (L. Williams).
Servant-Leadership: Three Things Necessary (M. DePree).
PART TWO: SERVANT-LEADERSHIP IN THE WORKPLACE.
Become a Tomorrow Leader (W. Bennis).
Servant-Leadership and Rewiring the Corporate Brain (D. Zohar).
Servant-Leadership and the Best Companies to Work For in America (N. Ruschman).
From Hero-as-Leader to Servant-as-Leader (A. Cooper & D. Trammell).
The Business Case for Servant-Leadership (J. Showkeir).
On the Right Side of History (J. Bogle).
PART THREE: SERVANT-LEADERSHIP IN THE COMMUNITY.
The Unique Double Servant-Leadership Role of the Board Chair (J. Carver).
Servant-Leadership in Community Colleges (R. Smith & K. Farnsworth).
Servant-Leadership and Philanthropic Institutions (J. Burkhardt & L. Spears).
Foresight: The Lead That the Leader Has (D. Young).
Servant-Leadership and Creativity (T. Freeman, et al.).
Table for Six Billion, Please (J. Wicks).
PART FOUR: SERVANT-LEADERSHIP FOR THE WORLD.
Synchronicity and Servant-Leadership (J. Jaworski).
Servant-Leadership: Leading in Today's Military (R. Braye).
Leadership and the Chaordic Age (D. Hock).
Servant-Leadership, Public Leadership: Wrestling with an American Paradox (S. Webster).
Servant-Leadership and the New Economy (J. Schuster).
The Work of the Servant-Leader (M. Wheatley).
Afterword: A Remembrance of Robert K. Greenleaf (L. Spears).
About the Editors and the Greenleaf Center for Servant-Leadership.
Permissions and Copyrights.