The Leadership

The Leadership

In a world often characterized by the pursuit of power and authority, a refreshing approach to leadership emerges— one that puts the needs of others first. Welcome to the realm of servant leadership, a philosophy that transcends traditional notions of authority to prioritize service, empathy, and collaboration.

En un mundo a menudo caracterizado por la búsqueda de poder y autoridad, surge un enfoque refrescante para el liderazgo— aquel que coloca las necesidades de los demás en primer lugar. Bienvenido al ámbito del liderazgo de siervo, una filosofía que trasciende las nociones tradicionales de autoridad para priorizar el servicio, la empatía y la colaboración.

W dzisiejszym świecie charakteryzującym się dążeniem do władzy i autorytetu, pojawia się orzeźwiające podejście do przywództwa⏤ takie, które stawia potrzeby innych na pierwszym miejscu. Witajcie w królestwie przywództwa służebnego; filozofii, która wykracza poza tradycyjne pojęcia władzy, aby priorytetyzować służbę, empatię i współpracę.

Ten tenets of servant leadership

  1. Listening: Actively listen to others and try to understand what they're saying.
  2. Empathy: Feel what others feel and value their unique experiences.
  3. Healing: Help others achieve emotional and psychological well-being.
  4. Awareness: Know yourself and how you impact others and the larger community.
  5. Persuasion: Convince people to build consensus instead of commanding them.
  6. Conceptualization: Balance today's tasks with long-term goals and dreams.
  7. Foresight: Learn from the past to predict future outcomes and their impact.
  8. Stewardship: Take responsibility for the care of your team and organization.
  9. Growth Commitment: Help each person on your team develop personally & professionally.
  10. Building Community: Create a sense of community and mutual respect in the organization.

A step-by-step guide to success

Diagnose the situation → Define the needs → Choose leadership style → Communicate the vision → Motivate and persuade others → Build trust and rapport → Resolve conflicts and issues → Execute the plan of action → Monitor and control the process → Adapt to changes → Ensure quality and effectivness → Evaluate the results → Review and reflect on the situation → Celebrate achievements → Identify strengths and weaknesses → Create a personal action plan → Receive coaching and mentoring → Provide coaching and mentoring → Transfer knowledge and skills → Plan for succession.

How to practice servant leadership

  1. Understand employees as individuals, not just as workers.
  2. Identify the sources of stress in the lives of employees.
  3. Comprehend significant moments in the lives of employees.
  4. Express gratitude towards employees.
  5. Eliminate barriers hindering employees.

“To show your leadership you do not need to have all the answers, but to understand how to ask the right questions.” — John C. Maxwell