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Leadership Development

  • John Henry Horsman
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Workplace Spirituality and Fulfillment book series (PSTWSP)

Abstract

Servant-leading is emerging as an appropriate form of leadership in our time. Servant-leading finds its greatest fruition and justification in Stage III and throughout Stage IV (2nd Tier development). Once a Stage III worldview begins to emerge, our calling is the context of how we will live out our Servant-leadership. We explore and practice the dispositions, capacities, values, and skills that constitute this leadership philosophy so we might learn to create a kinder, more human, more flourishing, global society. The four-stage model addresses the increasing complexity humanity is experiencing and calls for continuous transforming personal and collective development. Rejuvenating the imagining skills becomes the primary driver for further development of a profoundly relational, creative, holistic, and integrative Servant-leader disposition.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • John Henry Horsman
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  1. 1.Gonzaga UniversitySpokaneUSA

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