Servant leadership focuses on the needs of others. These leaders help to nurture and grow their followers. It sometimes takes time for leaders to transition their focus from themselves to serving the needs of others. Complete the “Leader’s Self-Insight 6.2” self-assessment on page 180 in your textbook to determine how close you are to becoming a servant leader. Address the following in a two-page essay:
Give a brief synopsis of your score and interpretation of the self-assessment. Make sure to describe your leadership characteristics, and explain how they align (or do not align if that is the case) to the four precepts presented in the Greenleaf model of servant leadership. [Unit Learning Outcome 2.1]
Describe what you see as an area of strength and an area of improvement. Determine what characteristics you value the most. [Unit Learning Outcome 2.1]
Put your leadership skills (your identified strengths and areas of improvement) into action. How can you apply what you have assessed in this unit to influence others and improve followers’ performance or outcomes? [Unit Learning Outcome 2.2]
Your response should be a minimum of two double-spaced pages, not counting the title and reference pages. Your essay should be formatted in accordance with APA style. Outside references are not required, but if you include them, they should also follow APA style.
Daft, R. L. (with Lane, P. G.). (2018). The leadership experience (7th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.
Chapter 5: Leadership Mind and Emotion, pp. 135-158
Chapter 6: Courage and Moral Leadership, pp. 167-187
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