Servant Leadership Jamie, Katie & Kelvin

Key Aspects

Values Diverse Opinions

It begins with LISTENING.

Let this be your calling card:

  • listen to non verbals
  • Listen for opportunity
  • recognise contributors

This quality is one of the hallmarks of SERVANT LEADERSHIP.

Myatt, M. (2012). Why Most Leaders Need to Shut Up and Listen.

Develops a Culture of Trust

Joseph, E. & Winston, B. (2005). A correlation of Servant Leadership, Leader Trust, and Organizational Trust. Leadership and organiszation development journal.

Develops Leaders


Helps people with life issues, not just work ones

Fukuda, M. (2015). Work-Life Compatibility: Why and How Leaders Should Promote It.

Sells instead of tells

Gerzema, J. (2013). Leadership in Crisis: Show Don't Tell.

Thinks long term

Acts with humility


Spears, L. C. (2010). Character and servant leadership: Ten characteristics of effective, caring leaders. The Journal of Virtues & Leadership, 1(1), 25-30.

Dierendonck, D. (2011). Servant Leadership: A reviewed synthesis. Journal of Management. 37 (4). 1228-1261

Greenleaf, R. & Spears, L. (2002). Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness. Paulist Press: NJ.


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