Resources on Servant Leadership

The November 2017 issue of School Nutrition homes in on your inner leader—how is one built? How to you create a foundation for yourself that persists so that you can grow in your career? What kind of leader are you—are you, perhaps, a servant leader? “Following to Lead,” by Rachel E. O’Connell, communications coordinator, and Patricia L. Fitzgerald, editor, suggests that you may want to give this new-age leadership style a try. And once you’ve read the article to discover servant leadership, how it differs from other styles, how it would work in school nutrition and, most importantly, why should you apply it to your operation, use the links below to peruse some resources on the subject, add to your understanding and—who knows?—discover a leadership style all your own.

Organizations

Cairnway

Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership

Servant Leadership Institute

Leaders to Inspire

Ten Motivational Quotes on Servant Leadership, American Bar Association

Famous Servant Leaders and How to Lead Like Them, Leaderonomics.com

Articles

Why Isn’t Servant Leadership More Prevalent?, Forbes

7 Secrets of ‘Servant Leadership’ That Will Lead You to Success, Inc.

Why “Servant Leaders” Are So Effective, Salon

What Is Servant Leadership? Achievement Through Service to Others, St. Thomas University Online

12 Different Types of Leadership Styles, WiseToast

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