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Servant-Leaders in Training

Foundations of the Philosophy of Servant-Leadership

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. John Henry Horsman
    Pages 33-58
  3. John Henry Horsman
    Pages 59-87
  4. John Henry Horsman
    Pages 89-110
  5. John Henry Horsman
    Pages 111-138
  6. John Henry Horsman
    Pages 139-160
  7. John Henry Horsman
    Pages 161-188
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 189-196

About this book

Introduction

Guided by and complimenting the writings of Robert K. Greenleaf, this book aims to deepen, expand and extend the philosophy of servant-leadership. Proposing a grounding framework for the studies of leadership, training and development, the author suggests that servant-leadership is primarily based on the structures of human development. Emphasizing the notion of a developing servant-consciousness and explaining the composition of a servant-leader disposition, this book analyzes the way that leadership has evolved. The characteristics of a servant-leader are categorized into five primary capacities, each with a focus on holistic listening and path-finding foresight. Servant-leaders in Training is essential reading for scholars of organizational leadership and management, and those wishing to gain a deeper understanding of servant-leader philosophy more generally.


Keywords

organizational leadership Robert Greenleaf moral authority community building human development presencing foresight leadership philosophy

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Gonzaga UniversitySpokane, WAUSA

About the authors

John Henry Horsman is a Senior Lecturer of Organizational Leadership in the School of Leadership Studies at Gonzaga University, USA. With his primary focus being servant-leader formation, John designed the Servant-leader Concentration at Gonzaga University, which invites students on a learning journey to affirm, develop and express their natural inclination to serve-first.

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