Assignment 2: Leadership through Serving Others, sociology homework help

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Servant leadership is an alternative approach to leadership where the leader’s purpose is to serve others. This leadership philosophy gained support in the 1970s, and it stems from the leader being a servant to others first and a leader second. It is a philosophy where the leader gains the respect and trust of others by putting their needs before his or hers. This leader motivates others through supporting them in achieving their goals.

Conduct research on Servant Leadership (i.e., Robert K. Greenleaf or others) and what it means to be a servant leader, and in a three- to four-page paper, complete the following:

  • Analyze the relationship between servant leadership and ethical leadership, including moral intelligence.
  • Analyze the relationship between servant leadership and at least one other values-based form of leadership such as transformational leadership, authentic leadership, or relational leadership.
  • Choose a leader whom you believe to be a true servant leader, and assess why this person is a servant leader. Cite specific examples to support your conclusions.
  • Analyze how servant leadership may affect your current organization if all leaders were to practice servant leadership as their dominant leadership style.

Submit your answers in a three- to four-page Microsoft Word document.

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Running Head: Servant Leadership

Servant leadership
18th July 2017


Running Head: Servant Leadership
Leadership is having the power and ability to be able to make and implement decisions
on behalf of a group of people. Most people believe that any leadership is God chosen as they
believe that leadership comes from God. Nowadays we usually elect our leaders through polls
but in the past centuries people did not vote for their own leaders instead they were led by an
aristocracy. In medieval Europe they had a King or Queen, in China and Japan they had an
emperor while in African tribes and Red Indian tribes they had chieftains.
In the modern society we have different forms of leadership such as autocratic leadership,
democratic leadership, transformational leadership, transactional leadership, ethical leadership,
servant leadership and many more. In this article I will be covering servant leadership and
comparing it to other leadership styles.
Servant leadership is a style of leadership where the leader puts the people needs of more
importance than his or her needs. Leaders who practice the servant leadership style often lead by
example ...

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