Serve as You Lead

Greenlee, Art
July 2013
Defense AT&L;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p46
The article focuses on three leadership attributes which include inspiration, influence, and motivation to be possessed by a servant leader in order to serve others. The distinctions between managers and leaders are mentioned. It states that motivation is giving someone a good reason for doing something while inspiration is the power of moving the emotions or intellect. It highlighs the leader's greatest calling which is to serve the people.


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