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  • 1. dipersiapkan oleh: Ronny H. Mustamu President, RC Surabaja [email_address]
  • 2. LEADERSHIP: MENGAPA begitu sulit dipahami?
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  • 8. Anda
  • 9. Di mana posisi Anda…?
  • 10. BARU …
  • 11. BEDA …
  • 12. DISUKAI …
  • 13. DIHARAPKAN …
  • 14. BIKIN PENASARAN …
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    • It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first. Then conscious choice brings one to aspire to lead. That person is sharply different from one who is leader first, perhaps because of the need to assuage an unusual power drive or to acquire material possessions.
    • (Greenleaf, 1977: 27)
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    • Servant leadership is about follower focus (Stone, Russell, & Patterson, 2003).
    • Servant leadership is a virtuous theory (Patterson, 2003) .
    • A virtue is qualitative characteristic that is part of one’s character, something within a person that is internal, almost spiritual (Whetstone, 2001) .
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    • Virtue comes from the Greek word arête, meaning excellence
    • Virtue theory addresses the idea of doing the right things with a focus on moral character.
    • Virtue does not answer the overall question of right or wrong, but rather, it seeks to do the right thing in a particular situation
    • Most notably in the field of virtues is Aristotle
    • The Aristotelian virtue is defined as consisting of three elements: (a) good habits, (b) the middle ground between the extremes of too much and too little, and (c) a habit that is a firm and settled disposition toward choosing good
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    • Integrity
    • Humility
    • Service
    • Care
    • Empower
    • Develop
    • Visioning
    • Goal Setting
    • Leading
    • Modeling
    • Team-building
    • Shared Decision Making
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