The world is in desperate need of a different leadership role model. We all have seen the negative impact of self-serving leaders in every sector of our society. Why is that? Because these leaders have been conditioned to think of leadership only in terms of power and control. There is a better choice, and it is to lead at a higher level. When people lead at a higher level, it leads to not only better results and relationships but also to making the world a better place in which to operate.
Incorporating essays from thought-leaders in business, sports and theology, Servant Leadership in Action paints the picture of the next generation of leadership for modern society. The audience for this course is wide. It’s for anyone in a leadership position—from a frontline supervisor to the CEO of a company. In fact, every person who serves as a leader in a secular or non-secular capacity could benefit from studying and practicing these leadership concepts.
Servant Leadership in Action can help you to:
- Understand the fundamentals of servant leadership and its implementation
- Utilize the characteristics of servant leadership to create productive, cohesive relationships with others
- Inspire those around you to have a more powerful dedication to and appreciation for visioning and goals
- Increase your ability to bring out the best performance possible in your team
- Improve your leadership outcomes through a mindset of service
Servant Leadership in Action includes:
- Forty-two essays from to construct the characteristics of the servant-leader and the applications in today’s world
- Comprehensive review questions for each chapter with fully-explained answers
- An easy to use participant guide
- Unlimited 1-on-1 instructor interaction and support
- And much more. . .
Project Management Professionals (PMP)® and PMI Schedule Professionals (PMI-SP)® earn 20 PMI® PDUs upon course completion.
By the end of this course the student will be able to:
- Describe the basic aspects of servant leadership
- Articulate key ideas for practicing servant leadership in organizations
- Explain key lessons learned from observing servant leadership in action
- Define examples of individuals who have been identified as classic servant leaders
- Discuss accounts of individuals who have made servant leadership work in practice within their organizations
- List examples of where servant leadership in practice can dramatically impact both results and relationships
Credit: 20 PDUs – PMI® Pre-approved credits / 0 Technical, 20 Leadership, 0 Strategic