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  • Oris does the introduction
  • Oris
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  • Robin, these are the definitions we are working from….
  • RobinThese are the challenges we are facing in academic services todayTechnologyGenerational DifferencesManagerial differencesLack of Resources
  • Robin: What are the different leadership styles that you are aware of? Refer to the handouts and get others to define the terms called out.Servant Leadership encompasses these types of leadership styles…
  • Robin: Where did servant leadership come from and what does it mean more specifically? I am going to hand it over to Oris to explore this further.
  • Oris
  • Oris
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  • Oris:What leader do you most admire?
  • Robin: A fun acronymS: visionE: development is service: raising childrenR: InnovationV: People centeredE: no lip service, actual service
  • Oris
  • Robin: study, research, start building relationships, visit the Greenleaf center online

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  • 1. Presented By:introducing Oris Guillaume and Robin McLarenA New Approach in theAcademic and FacultyEnvironment Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 2. Our Focus? Servant Leadership Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 3. Why Servant Leadership? Leader and Leading the Academic Manager School Management Evaluating each part Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 4. Definition• Leadership: Leadership is a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal (Northouse, 2010).• Followers: Followers are those individuals who voluntarily engage in the leadership process by partnering with leaders and other followers for the purpose of achieving a common vision.• Academia: The milieu or interests of a university, college, or academy; academe (World English Dictionary, 2009).• Faculty: The members of the teaching staff of an educational institution (World English Dictionary, 2009). Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 5. CHALLENGES IN ACADEMIC SERVICES Technology, Generational, Managerial, and Resources Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 6. Leadership Styles Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 7. Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 8. The concept of • Lao Tzu 600 B.C. servant leadership • Chanakya’s Arthashastra 375 B.C. is not new. • Jesus of Nazareth First Century A.D The servant-leader is servant first Servant Leadership coined for the first time by Greenleaf (1977) The good of those led over the self- interest of theServant Leadership: A New Approach in The leader. Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 9. Who are servant leaders?• The servant-leader is a servant first (paradox)• Servant leaders are hard working• Servant leadership is a conscious choice• Servant leaders aren’t just legally compliant, they are ethically sound and morally aware• Servant leaders care for people; not control people• Servant leaders build a community at work Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 10. Servant Leader Characteristics Listening Building Community Empathy Commitment Healing Stewardship Awareness Foresight PersuasionServant Leadership: A New Approach in The Conceptualization Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 11. Where did servant leadershipreally get started? Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 12. WHOEVER WANTS TO BECOMEGREAT AMONG YOU MUST BE YOURSERVANT, AND WHOEVER WANTS TOBE FIRST MUST BE YOUR SLAVE(MATTHEW 20:26,27) Jesus Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 13. Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 14. S.E.R.V.E. Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 15. The Impact of Servant Leadership• Servant-leadership principles are being applied by a wide variety of people working for-profit, non-profit, churches, universities, health care organizations, and foundations• Servant-leadership impacts the health and effectiveness of your organization and community• It builds trust between you and the employees• It results in loyalty to the leader and the organization Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 16. IN PRACTICE Examples from Shorter UniversityServant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 17. Servant Leadership in the Profession• Focus on you first, your team second and the company third• Volunteer to help in other departments• Be an innovative business partner; not just order taker• Seek to train company leaders in the art and practice of servant leadership Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 18. Servant Leadership in the Profession• Give back to the education Profession• Mentor someone• Help those who are in transition• Become a leader in a professional organization Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 19. ConclusionServant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 20. How do you become a servant leader?• Study – Reading, observations – Lessons, workshops, conferences – Discuss• Build relationships at every opportunity. The results could be endless.• Allow time for good ideas to emerge.• It is not change people fear; it is loss.• Meaningful communication is critical. No amount of e-mail, faxes, text messages can equal the value of face-to-face meetings. Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 21. Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 22. Do You have any…Questions??? Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment
  • 23. ReferencesAcademia. (n.d.). Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 10th Edition. Retrieved January 03, 2011, from Dictionary.com website: http://dictionary.reference.com /browse/academiaBarbuto, J. E., & Wheeler, D. W. (2002). Becoming a servant leader: Do you have what it takes? NebGuide G02- 1481-A. Lincoln: University of Nebraska, Nebraska Cooperative Extension.Greenleaf, R. K. (1978). The leadership crisis: A message for college and university faculty. Humanitas: Journal of the Institute of Man, 14, 3. Pittsburg,PA: Dusquesne University Press.Greenleaf, R. K. (2002) Servant Leadership: A journey into the nature of legitimate power and greatness (Rev. ed.) Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press.Northouse, P. (2010). Leadership theory and practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Research. Leadership Quarterly, 9(1), 85-105Sendjaya, S. and Sarros, J.C. (2002), “Servant leadership: its origin, development, and application in organizations”, Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp. 57-65.Senge, P. (1990), The Fifth Discipline, Doubleday, New York, NY.Spears, L.C. (2003) Introduction: Understanding the growing impact of servant-leadership. In the servant-leader within: A transformative path (pp. 13-28). New York: Paulist Press. Servant Leadership: A New Approach in The Academic and Faculty Environment