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Cases on Servant Leadership and Equity
A management style in which subordinates participate in the decision-making process.
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The Influence Servant Leadership Has on Emergent Leaders in the Field of Education
Maria Paradiso-Testa (Monmouth University, USA)
Copyright: © 2023 |Pages: 8
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-5812-9.ch005
The nature of work has changed drastically. In order to maximize delivery and customize value in the workplace, specifically in education, leaders also need to change. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit, there are three main emergent leadership requirements. The first emergent leadership requirement is the ability to motivate people. The second emergent leadership requirement is the ability to work well across cultures and geographical boundaries. The third emergent leadership requirement is the ability to facilitate change. Some of the key characteristics of an effective servant leader include role modelling, collaboration, accountability, and innovation. Effective servant leaders emphasize the importance to embrace and apply new knowledge on both individual and team levels. In addition, effective servant leaders encourage novel approaches and ideas. The world is in desperate need of role models who lead second and serve first.
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Kindergarten Comics: Young Children's Graphic Ideas About Curriculum and Relationships
An activity or approach that involves participation from all parties involved.
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