Describe a time in your professional life when you felt used and manipulated. What were the circumstances? Did you feel valued by the leader? Explain how the issue of purpose, in the servant-leader paradigm, could have yielded a more beneficial outcome for the leader and yourself.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 10:07 am ad1c9bdddf
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I once worked for a builder who took the hours of 10-3 off every day to rest, or if it was summer to play with his daughter, and then pick up the same daughter from school. Unfortunately, when building a house, much happens through that part of the day and when workers start at 7am they knock off at 3. So often, the different sub-contractors would be gone by the time he came back to work. He would leave me a list of things to accomplish such as getting with the bank, checking on each of the four houses, dealing ...
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Servant, authentic and ethical leadership are models which have been successful in different types of organizations but also in different cultures
Servant, authentic and ethical leadership are models which have been successful not only in different types of organizations but also in different cultures and in different countries. Do you believe this to be a valid statement? In other words, are these leadership theories effective global leadership models? Why or why not? Support your position with global examples and appropriate references.View Full Posting Details