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On Becoming A Servant Leader The Private Writings Of Robert K Greenleaf

Год выпуска: 1996
Автор: Greenleaf

Synopses & Reviews

Publisher Comments

The writer, consultant, and lecturer Robert K. Greenleaf is known as the grandfather of the modern empowerment movement in business leadership. Among his many accomplishments, Greenleaf founded the Center for Applied Ethics, now known as the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant-Leadership, and is renowned for his influential writings on the "servant-as-leader" theme. Jossey-Bass Publishers is proud to announce the publication of On Becoming a Servant-Leader. This collection of previously unpublished work by Greenleaf demonstrates his personal and professional philosophy which postulates that "true leaders are those who lead by serving others." Spanning a time frame of more than fifty years, this collection includes original essays focused on the key issues power, ethics, management, organizations, and servanthood that are reflective of the evolution of Greenleaf's remarkable career. This book also presents "Leadership and the Individual," a series of lectures that Greenleaf delivered at Dartmouth College. In addition, the book contains the complete manuscript of Greenleaf's previously unpublished book "The Ethic of Strength." Today's reader will find On Becoming a Servant-Leader filled with practical suggestions and useful information, such as strategies for developing effective managers and leaders and a detailed explanation of an ethic that can serve as a model for cultivating integrity. In this book, Greenleaf cites dozens of cases that exemplify the use and misuse of power in the twentieth century and he lays out the tools for exercising persuasive power. In addition to its practical applications, On Becoming a Servant-Leader paints an intimate portrait of a man who was one of the twentieth century's most influential thinkers. In his own words, Greenleaf explains how his experience of working with AT&T which he called "an adventure in spirit" transformed his thinking about organizations. The book concludes with a personal conversation b

Review

"Greenleaf is important reading. He wrote from the heart and envisioned a world we are each required to seek." (Peter Block, author of The Empowered Manager and Stewardship)

"During my years at MIT, Bob Greenleaf and I crossed paths for almost a year or so. I found him and his writings among the most original, useful, accessible, and moral on the topic of leadership." (Warren Bennis, Distinguished Professor of Business Adminstration, University of Southern California, and author of On Becoming a Leader and Why Leader's Can't Lead)

"Bob Greenleaf was a prophet before his time. His insightful thinking on servant-leadership is more relevant today than ever before. Reading these wonderful essays will uplift your heart and increase your effectiveness." (Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager)

Synopsis

Delve into the personal writings of the grandfather of the modern empowerment movement in business leadership. In this collection of previously unpublished works, imminent writer, consultant and lecturer Robert Greenleaf shares his personal and professional philosophy, which postulates that true leaders are those who lead by serving others. Spanning a time frame of fifty years, these essays and lectures touch on such key issues as power, ethics, management, organizations, and servanthood. And they offer the reader a wealth of practical suggestions and useful information garnered through the course of a remarkable career.

About the Author

DON M. FRICK is an associate editor of the Greenleaf Archives Project.

LARRY C. SPEARS is executive director of the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant-Leadership and editor of Reflections on Leadership (1995).


Table of Contents

Foreword by Peter F. Drucker.

THE ETHIC OF STRENGTH: MANUSCRIPT FOR A BOOK.

1. Something to Hope For.

2. A Concept of Strength.

3. The Search.

4. The Requirements of Responsibility.

5. Openness to Knowledge.

6. The Practice of Openness.

7. The Future Is Now.

8. Entheos and Growth.

9. Purpose and Laughter.

10. A Dream.

ESSAYS ON POWER, MANAGEMENT, AND ORGANIZATIONS.

Business, Ethics, and Manipulation.

Coercion, Manipulation, and Persuasion: Reflections on a Strategy for Change.

Power in the Executive Office.

Lessons on Power.

Building the Ethic of Strength in Business.

Industry's Means for Personality Adjustment.

Behavioral Research: A Factor in Tomorrow's Better Management.

The Operator Versus the Conceptualizer: An Issue of Management Talents.

The Managerial Mind.

Growing Greatness in Managers.

My Work at AT&T: An Adventure in Spirit.

Manager, Administrator, Statesman.

The Making of a Distinguished Institution.

Retirement Communities.

LEADERSHIP AND THE INDIVIDUAL: THE DARTMOUTH LECTURES.

The Crisis of Leadership.

The Strategies of a Leader.

Leadership and the Unknown.

Leadership and Foresight.

The Individual as Leader.

IN PERSON WITH ROBERT K. GREENLEAF.

A Conversation with Robert K. Greenleaf.



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