Trammell McGee-Cooper & Associates are proud to announce the release of our new, revised article, The Essentials of Servant Leadership: Principles in Practice. This article was originally published in 2001 by Pegasus Communications for their Innovations in Management article Series. It has now been revised and published by TMCA, Inc. with updated and new Client stories demonstrating examples of Servant Leadership in action.
This article is an educational resource for individuals and organizations just starting out on the journey of servant leadership and looking for an easy-to-read introduction to the concept.
More people in the new millennium are seeking deeper meaning in work beyond financial rewards and prestige. The desire to make a difference, to support a worthwhile vision, and to leave the planet better than we found it all contribute to this new urge. Servant leadership is one model that has proved successful in a growing number of organizations. Companies ranging from a large airline, a retail store chain, a mechanical/electrical construction and service company to an engineering/construction partnership with a public hospital are experimenting with unprecedented and accelerated changes in whom Employees choose to follow, how they lead, and how they come together to address constant flux. This article includes stories from these workplaces, differentiating servant leadership from traditional, hierarchical leadership models. It also offers suggestions for putting servant leadership principles to work—any time, any place.
The Essentials of Servant Leadership: Principles in Practice can be downloaded for free by clicking the picture below or a hard copy can be purchased from TMCA for $20.00 by contacting Carol Haddock at 214-357-8550 or email@example.com
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