Management and Organizational Theory Part One: Personal Approach The approach to management that I believe to be the most promising, though it is still problematic, is usually referred to as "servant leadership." Servant leadership is an approach that defines the leader's responsibility as one of service, and his or her accomplishments as bringing others closer to their goals. To be judged successful, those who are served must experience personal growth, and in society as a whole, those who have the least must not have their positions further compromised (Greenleaf, 1970 as cited in Serrat , 2009, p. 6). Servant leadership may be considered a further development of the principles of transformational leadership, one in which the person who...The end:
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