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    Definition: • Most people define a servant leader as being a servant first. (Crippen, 2004; Grisaffe, VanMeter, & Chonko, 2016; Gyeongchun, 2014; Jit, Sharma, & Kawatra, 2016; Parris & Peachey, 2013; Russell & Stone, 2002; Spears, 2004; Spiro, 2010; Waterman, 2011; Wilson, 1998; Wong & Page, 2003). • Servant leaders are motivated by the need to serve the followers (Blanchard, 2001; Chanhoo, Kwangseo, & Seung-Wan, 2015; Crippen, 2004; Grisaffe, VanMeter, & Chonko, 2016; Gyeongchun, 2014; Jit, Sharma

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    about everything else. Servant Leadership is the ray of hope in the leadership crisis. Servant Leadership works on positive employee attitude which opens the doors for empathetic, helping, caring, restoring, and supportive environment in an organization. This article will focus on the significance of servant leadership, the role of the servant leader, and a quantitative case study of one of United States’ premier healthcare institution- Cleveland Clinic. Integration of Servant Leadership into Clinic’s

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    Most of the early American population emigrated from Europe as indentured servants. An indentured servant is someone who has sold himself/herself for bonded labour for a certain number of years and certain amount of freedom dues to be paid at the end of the term, in exchange for transportation to the colonies (Galenson, 1977). This paper looks at the relationship between the destinations the servants selected and the length of the contract. In addition, it also reflects on how the destination preferences

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    In the broadest sense, a servant leader is one who leads others with the mindset of a servant. The primary motivation of a servant leader is to provide encouragement and facilitation in others by treating them as an ends in themselves rather than as a means to an ends. A servant leader values the people he or she leads by sharing power and enabling others to develop and flourish (Waterman, 2011). Waterman’s (2011) study found the following: The expression of servant leadership characteristics in

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    Servant Leadership

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    I believe service is important because it has helped me understand who I am as a person, and has helped me impact others. Servant-leaders are successful contributors and are needed in our world. The service activity that has been most influential and important to me is playing in my church’s orchestra. I want to be a positive influence on those around me, and being a part of my church’s orchestra allows me to do this. As a member of this group, I feel my leadership skills have grown. What makes leading

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    Servant Leadership and its Application to Nursing Practice The basis of the “servant leadership” theory is that in order to be a good leader; one must be a servant, first (Hunter, 1998). Although, the concept of “servant leadership” can be applied to any field, many nurses identify with the “servant leadership” style the most. James C. Hunter’s book, The Servant, portrays a difficult journey of understanding this concept, while also addressing many of the main components of “servant leadership.”

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    Servant Leadership

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    This learner believes that servant leadership is one that balances humanity in the workplace and the bottom line (Wong & Davey, 2007). This is because one might argue that the focus is on people and the future rather than on solely outcomes and processes. It is telling that in today’s business world, the challenges for an organizational leader are considered threefold (Wong & Davey, 2007). Firstly, one needs to be able to build a positive workplace that attracts and retains talented knowledge workers

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    Indentured Servants

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    to overwork their servants or slaves and expect their wives to be obeying, but the British have no right to take from us our money and resources. Indentured servants are bound to the landowner for a fixed period of time and slaves are their property. Landowners are responsible for providing food, clothing and shelter for them, so it is only naturally right that they can put them to work. There are also no working restrictions that prevent them from overworking either the servants or slaves. People

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    introduce the concept of a servant leader. Greenleaf was born in 1904 in Terre Haute, Indian. In 1970, after spending the majority of his professional career with AT&T as their director of management development, he released an essay entitled “The Servant as Leader”. This essay described the servant leadership style in detail. Greenleaf stated that he believed the best leader is one who is a servant first. He stated that there were a few key factors for being a servant leader which included; listening

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    Servant Leadership Model

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    the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. Over the past thirty years, Keith has become an advocate of servant leadership. According to his website, Keith focuses on aiding to others and has a mission to help people find personal meaning in the world. In one of his most recent publications, The Case for Servant Leadership, Keith highlights the servant leadership model while explaining how and why it can be used in order to establish a better world. In The Case for Servant Leadership, author Dr.

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