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Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
Servant leadership trends and impact on business  2.13
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  • Servant Leadership (SL) has been in the forefront of business theory for the past decade and yet has been little utilized to describe and analyze specific areas of the concerns of business today. Karakas (2007) explained that leadership in the 21st century must deal with problems of global uncertainty, chaos, innovation, change, dynamism, flux, speed, interconnectedness, and complexity therefore, the benefits of practicing servant leadership becomes a critical success factor in any business (Claiborne, 2010). This study will attempt to apply the theories of Servant Leadership to the concerns of outsourcing, internet-related business and the trends associated with the Baby Boomer generation.
  • Servant Leadership (SL) has been in the forefront of business theory for the past decade and yet has been little utilized to describe and analyze specific areas of the concerns of business today. Karakas (2007) explained that leadership in the 21st century must deal with problems of global uncertainty, chaos, innovation, change, dynamism, flux, speed, interconnectedness, and complexity therefore, the benefits of practicing servant leadership becomes a critical success factor in any business (Claiborne, 2010). This study will attempt to apply the theories of Servant Leadership to the concerns of outsourcing, internet-related business and the trends associated with the Baby Boomer generation.
  • The aim of this study was to examine Servant-Leaderships trends that have an impact on today’s business. Few studies describe the practice of servant leadership within businesses today. More recently, Hannigan (2008) conducted an investigation on servant leadership as a predictor of college performance in academic institutions caused by both faculty and administrator leaders. Given these opportunities of significant research, the need for this study was evident. This study also exposed the 10 characteristics of servant leadership. Spears (1995, 1998) listed, for example, 10 characteristics of a servant leader drawn from Greenleaf’s writings, and Contee-Borders’s (2003) case study confirmed these characteristics as being critical to servant leadership at the below table:
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  • Conclusion to course, lecture, et al.
  • An opportunity for questions and discussions.
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    • 1. Clute instituteThe 2013 Key West International Academic Conference
    • 2. Topics Introduction Key Trends Conclusion Purpose ofthe Study and Main issue background Characteristic Definition of Servant leadership Created by Dr. O. Guillaume
    • 3. Introduction Servant Leadership (SL) has been in the forefront of Leadership in the business theory for years. 21st century must deal with problems of: Servant Leadership is in the mist of business today. This study will apply the Global theories of Servant uncertainty, chaos, innovat Leadership to the concerns Servant leadership takes ion, change, dynamism, flu of outsourcing, internet- many forms, some outside x, speed, interconnectedne related business and the corporate boardroom and ss, and complexity trends associated with the office Baby Boomer generation. The benefits of practicing servant leadership becomes a critical success factor in any businessCreated by Dr. O. Guillaume
    • 4. Purpose of the Study andBackground The aim of this study was to examine Servant-Leaderships trends that have an impact on today’s business. Few studies describe the practice of servant leadership within businesses today. Given these opportunities of significant research, the need for this study was evident. This study also exposed the 10 characteristics of servant leadership developed by Greenleaf and Spears.Created by Dr. O.Guillaume
    • 5. Characteristic of Servant Leadership •servant leaders clarified a group by listening receptively to what is being Listening said •servant leaders strived to understand and empathize with others Empathy •:servant leaders had the potential for healing self and others Healing •servant leadership was strengthened by general awareness, and Awareness especially self-awareness •servant leaders relied upon persuasion, rather than positional authority, in Persuasion making decisions within an organization •servant leaders sought to nurture their abilities to dream numerousConceptualization dreams; •servant leaders could foresee the likely outcome of a situation in the future Foresight •servant leaders’ ultimate commitment was to serve the needs of others; Stewardship •servant leaders were deeply committed to the personal, professional, and Commitment spiritual growth of every individual within the institution; and •servant leaders sought to identify means of building community amongBuilding Community those who work within a given institution Created by Dr. O. Guillaume
    • 6. Main Issues How businesses today influence How do business• 1- trends perceive Outsourcing, 2- servant leadership and servant leadership Internet- the selected factors? Related business trends? Business, 3- The researchers What do servant Baby Boomer seek to identify Generation leaders observe and analyze the and practice with following three the selected major businesses business trends? trends Created by Dr. O. Guillaume
    • 7. Key Trends- Outsourcing Trends Servant Internet-Related Business: Leadershi Technology p Trends Demographic Trends: Baby BoomersCreated by Dr. O. Guillaume
    • 8. Outsourcing TrendsOutsourcing is one of the primary tools that companies keep to stay competitive that has become a financial leveragetool  Servant Leadership is then, today, and beyond  Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)  Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO)  Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO)  Cost and Service Focus on Solution (CSFS)  Servant Leaders Focus on Transformation (SLFT)  People-Based Outsourcing and Service (PBOS) Created by Dr. O. Guillaume
    • 9. Internet-Related Business: TechnologyTrends Created by Dr. O. Guillaume
    • 10. Demographic Trends: BabyBoomers The generational The servant- Birth rate, change and leaders approach The generational Ethnicity, Life People who want a demographic to business should change and Expectancy, and The issue of more complete trends course will facilitate the baby demographic Generational economic and view of their help you get a boomers and, gentrends class seeks groups (such as political fabric of surrounding handle on the X, and beyond to to demystify how Baby Boomers, our society environment, and underlying patterns the service of the issues like; Gen X and so the larger region. of our changing growing more forth) world population. Created by Dr. O. Guillaume
    • 11. Conclusion The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn” (Starke, Christ-Based Leadership, 2005, p.11). The leader should understand the interaction between the organization’s operational practices and the results generated by those practices. The purpose of SL for future research is not to change how researchers currently approach the topic, but to offer alternatives to make research more effective. The goal is to provide new knowledge and offer alternative views to Servant Leadership trends. Because of all the outsourcing, many employees feel like they are not really part of an organization. Leaders of a company, organization or team, professional, or colleague, one of the best things we can do today is create the feeling of reciprocity between the organization and the individuals. Created by Dr. O. Guillaume
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    • 15. Questions/Answers Created by Dr. O. Guillaume

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