They provide direction and purpose.
They describe where we want to go.
They create direction for supervisors but are not relevant to staff.
They define key attributes for success.
They are nice to have, but not really necessary for our type of work.
Highest level of esteem.
Individual independence and goals.
Highest level of independence.
Individual potential and independence.
We treat each other with respect and dignity.
We are honest. We tell the truth even when it hurts.
We do the right thing at all times.
Our culture is separate from the company.
We are committed to continuous improvement.
They feel they don't get enough paid holidays.
They feel there is a lack of communication from their manager.
They feel their manager does not reward or recognize them.
Let them you that you are the leader and they work for you.
Respect their intelligence and maturity.
Do not seek their opinion or feedback, it can be overwhelming for them.
Focus only on problems and issues and don't worry about touching base with employees.
Provide feedback and coaching.
Servant leadership focuses on the leader's role as steward.
Servant leaders serve others but are not concerned about results.
Servant leadership stresses trust, collaboration, empathy and ethical use of power.
Servant leadership focuses on serving customers, not employees.
Desire to gain personal power
Focus on their own personal growth rather than their employees' growth.
Choose personal interests over service.
Treat employees as subordinates.
Regard employees as peers to learn from and to teach.
Create community and team spirit.
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