Serving It Up From the Bottom

Weinberg, Dina
September 2004
Multichannel News;9/20/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 38, p89
This article focuses on Walter Kaitz Foundation's annual dinner. In 1970, Robert Greenleaf, a retired AT&T Corp. executive, coined a term that even corporations today aspire to embody. Servant-leaders are: bolstering their organizations, their people and foster the quality of life inside their companies with high morals and ethics; Giving selflessly while mentoring, coaching and encouraging development; and listening and building a sense of community. "The One-Minute Manager," book said that servant-leadership is all about making goals clear.


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