Providing Servant Leadership at Bleu Trust Introduction Janet Burrows has been identified to lead Bleu Trust, a highly successful company, within a three to six months period. She is aware that this organization is profitable, but the organizational culture is uninspiring and there are outdated policies and ineffective procedures. Furthermore, there are a number of skilled employees who are fed-up with the organizational culture and are secretly seeking new opportunities. Consequently, Janet is developing a change strategy during the transition period that will be based upon servant leadership principles, for she has concluded that a servant leadership approach would be the most effective way to rectify the problems at Bleu Trust,...The end:
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