Servant Leadership: A New Approach to Creating a Culture of Success
In this collection of articles, we explore the concepts and paradigm shifts organizations must consider to embrace servant leadership.
What to Look for When Building a Servant Leadership Curriculum
“Building a servant leadership curriculum begins by identifying the attitudes, skills, and behaviors of a servant leader,” says Vicki Halsey, vice president of applied learning for The Ken
Servant Leadership: It’s Time for a New Leadership Model
Too many leaders have been conditioned to think of leadership only in terms of power and control. But there is a better way to lead, says best-selling business author Ken Blanchard—one that...
Servant Leadership: Moving from Mindset to Skill Set
“A servant leadership mindset is all about focusing on others rather than yourself,” says bestselling business author Ken Blanchard. As part of research for a new book, Servant Leadership in...
Let’s Clear Up Some Misunderstandings about Servant Leadership
Servant Leadership is not about the inmates running the prison. It’s about turning the organizational hierarchy upside down by serving others first to develop great relationships and results.
Servant Leadership: 11 Questions to See If People Would Consider You a Servant Leader
Ken Blanchard has a favorite question he asks audiences when he is speaking to them about servant leadership: “Are you here to serve or to be served?” Ken believes the way you answer that question...
Do’s and Don’ts When Creating a Servant Leadership Curriculum for Your Organization
Taking a servant leadership mindset and turning it into a curriculum and a set of skills can be a challenge, explains Bob Freytag, a senior consulting partner with The Ken Blanchard Companies. You...
Servant Leadership: 12 Recommended Books for Aspiring Servant Leaders
A servant leader is someone who recognizes that people lead best when they serve first. It is a concept that is innovative but also well-traveled. It has always existed as an alternative...
Employee Work Passion - Volume 5: Leader Values and Employee Work Intentions
The best work relationships are partnerships.