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Robert Greenleaf

Robert Greenleaf's website (official or not) http://library.indstate.edu/servlead/greenleaf.html
subjects Robert Greenleaf writes about Leadership
Robert Greenleaf's profile one of the premier figures in leadership, education, management, nonprofit and religious circles. Greenleaf wrote the book Servant Leadership (Paulist Press, 1977) in which he proposed that a leader—a true leader who is trusted by followers—is a servant first. This is very different from the person who believes leadership only comes with fancy titles. To be a true leader—a servant-leader—all you need to do is serve. Today, the headquarters of the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership is in Indianapolis, with locations in nine other countries. Greenleaf’s writings have been translated into dozens of languages.

Robert Greenleaf has been hailed by the top organizational leaders, people like Stephen Covey, Peter Senge, Warren Bennis and Margaret Wheatly. Peter Drucker called him “the wisest man I ever met.”


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Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness
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A classic work on leadership for business men and women, government leaders and all persons in positions of authority.

Ranking at Amazon 14609
 Paulist Press
 November 2002 - Hardcover
 Leadership
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