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servant leadership personal and professional self care

Servant Leadership:Personal and Professional Self Care

Healthy Congregations

Annual Retreat 2005

April 8-9, 2005

Rock Spring Ranch

Johnston 2005

do not ask the lord to guide your footsteps if you are not willing to move your feet

Do not ask the Lord to guide your footsteps if you are not willing to move your feet.

Author Unknown

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agenda
Agenda
  • Soul Leadership
  • What Robert Greenleaf Forgot to Tell You About Servant Leadership
  • Introduction to Mental/Emotional, Spiritual, Social & Physical Self Care

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soul leadership
Soul Leadership
  • What is Servant-Leadership?
  • Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader

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the best test of servant leadership

The Best Test of Servant Leadership…

Do those served grow as persons; do they, while being served, become healthier, wiser, freer, more autonomous, more likely themselves to become servants? And what is the effect on the least privileged in society; will they benefit, or at least not be further deprived?”

The Servant as Leader

by Robert Greenleaf

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ten characteristics of a servant leader
Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • Listening
    • Encompasses getting in touch with one’s own inner voice
    • Coupled with reflection, listening is essential to the growth & well-being of the servant-leader

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Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • Empathy
    • Acceptance & recognition of others for their unique & special spirits, even when certain behavior or performance is unacceptable

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Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • Healing
    • Recognition of the opportunity to help make whole those around you
    • the potential for healing one’s self & one’s relationships from emotional hurts

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Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • Awareness
    • Arises from a grounded vision of who we are in God’s eyes: children, heirs, those worth an ultimate price
    • Understanding of issues involving ethics, power, & values
    • The ability to view most situations from a more integrated, holistic position

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Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • Persuasion
    • The ability to build consensus in a group
    • The ability to convince others, rather than coerce compliance

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Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • Conceptuatlization
    • The ability to dream great dreams &to think beyond the day-to-day realities

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Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • Foresight
    • Vision that looks deeper than the surface
    • vision that sees beyond current appearances
    • Learning from the lessons of the past, the realities of the present, and the likely consequence of the future

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Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • Stewardship
    • The call not to selfishly use natural resources, but to shepherd & care for our natural world
    • Recognition that the gifts given to the members of the body of Christ were given not for personal use, but rather to fulfill a role within the body

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Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • Commitment to the growth of people\
    • Belief in the intrinsic value of each individual
    • A sense of responsibility to nurture others
    • Following Jesus’ example of empowering others to grow & succeed

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Ten Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • Building Community
    • Willingness to show the way to others
    • Demonstrating the leader’s unlimited liability for the group

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what robert greenleaf forgot to tell you17
What Robert Greenleaf Forgot to Tell You:
  • Leadership demands skills & the ability to express those skills so that those who are led grow & prosper
  • The leader’s ability to serve others is totally dependent on their ability to function fully & to be healthy

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What Robert Greenleaf Forgot to Tell You
  • The four facets of health are the responsibility of the individual, but cannot be managed totally by the individual
  • If you do not prioritize self-care (servanthood for your body, mind & spirit) it is unfair to ask others to prioritize your well-being

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what robert greenleaf forgot to tell you19
What Robert Greenleaf Forgot to Tell You
  • The successful servant-leader leads the way to a better self!
  • The successful servant-leader models self-care for those s/he leads

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What Robert Greenleaf Forgot to Tell You

Servant Leader

Servant of Self (Temple of God)

Servant of Others (Congregation, Family, Friends

& Community at Large)

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exercise step 1
Exercise: Step 1
  • Place your pen or pencil in your non-dominant hand
  • When I say “Go”, write as many words to The Lord’s Prayer as you can
  • When I say “Stop”, finish the word you are writing and put down your pen or pencil.
  • Count the number of complete words you wrote & report out

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exercise step 2
Exercise: Step 2
  • Place your pen or pencil in your dominant hand
  • When I say “Go”, write as many words to The Lord’s Prayer as you can
  • When I say “Stop”, finish the word you are writing and put down your pen or pencil.
  • Count the number of complete words you wrote & report out

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lesson what you are able to give is dependent on what you have to give

Lesson: What you are able to give is dependent on what you have to give

You can get work done when you are not healthy, but both the quality and quantity of the work suffer.

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mental emotional health
Mental/Emotional Health
  • A servant-leader who fails to take care of their own mental/emotional needs is stressed, unable to focus and prioritize
  • Mental/emotional health are necessary to be creative & supportive of those you lead.

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spiritual health
Spiritual Health
  • Personal spiritual health is critical in keeping the individual grounded in the faith that christened the servant-leader into a leadership role.
  • It is the sustenance for the journey & the refreshment for the soul that keeps their “calling” alive.

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social health
Social Health
  • We need deep roots & ongoing encouragement to reach our full potential.
  • Such depth arises from community supporting us in our growth & development, and from our supporting others in kind.

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physical health
Physical Health
  • Lack of physical health due to poor dietary habits, physical inactivity, tobacco use or exposure, inadequate sleep, &/or inadequate water consumption leave us performing at less than our potential.
  • It is like writing with our non-dominant hand!

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Lesson: What you are able to give is dependent on what you have to give.
  • Total health incorporates all four facets of health: mental/emotional, spiritual, social and physical health.
  • If any one facet is lacking, the other three facets will suffer as a result
  • Balance is key!

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wheel of health

Wheel of Health

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questions to consider
Questions to consider
  • What might be some beliefs that keep us Christians from self-care?
  • Who do I want to engage in healthy self-care?

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questions to consider31
Questions to consider
  • Why should I be a model for self-care?
  • What benefit would there be to others if I encouraged them to be leaders?

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Questions to consider
  • Do I encourage my own heart?
  • How could I do more to encourage myself about self-care?

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no man is capable of self improvement if he sees no other model but himself

No man is capable of self-improvement if he sees no other model but himself.

Conrado I. Generoso

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a preview of the self care workshop

A Preview of the Self-Care Workshop

Information, self-assessment, reflection, & commitment

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mental emotional self care
Mental/Emotional Self-Care
  • Stress Management
  • Relaxation and Time Off
  • Time Management

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stress relaxation
Stress & Relaxation
  • Breathing
  • Meditation
  • Progressive relaxation
  • Guided imagery
  • Positive thought
  • Humor
  • Stretch

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The more familiar we are with our inner terrain, the more sure-footed our teaching – our living – becomes.

Parker Palmer

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spiritual self care questions for reflection
Spiritual Self-Care: Questions for Reflection
  • Do I find spiritual nourishment in my worship community?
  • Am I actively growing in my spiritual journey?

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social self care questions for reflection
Social Self-Care: Questions for Reflection
  • Do I balance my social/interpersonal well being with my professional responsibilities?
  • Do I have hobbies, interests & responsibilities outside of my job?

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physical health actual causes of death
Physical Health: Actual Causes of Death
  • Tobacco (19%)
  • Poor Diet/Lack of Exercise (14%)
  • Alcohol (5%)
  • Infectious Agents (4%)
  • Pollutants/Toxins (3%)
  • Firearms (2%)
  • Motor Vehicles (1%)
  • Illicit Drug use (1%)

McGinnis JM, Foege WH. Actual causes of death in the United States,

JAMA 1993; 270:2207-12

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metabolic syndrome the life continuum

Dyslipidemia

HDL

Trig

Injury Risk

Macrovascular Disease

CancerRisk

Metabolic Syndrome: The Life Continuum

IGT

Early DM

Hypertension

IFG

Late DM

Obesity

Genetics

Lifestyle

Environment

Microvascular Disease

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Physical Health
  • Healthy Eating
  • Water
  • Active Living
  • Tobacco-Free Living
  • Sleep

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effects of environment
Effects of Environment
  • Challenging
    • Super-sized portions
    • Advertising/mis-information
    • Fast foods
    • Personal Situations
  • Supportive
    • Variety
    • Convenience
    • Information

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Stages of Change Model for Individual-Level Change

Prochaska, J. O. and C. C. DiClemente (1986).

The transtheoretical approach.

Handbook of Eclectic Psychotherapy.

J. Norcross. New York, Brunner/Mazel: 163-200.

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personal mission statement
Personal Mission Statement
  • What?
    • Values
    • Passions
  • Why?
    • To guide decisions
    • To direct activity
    • To help us sort out what deserves our attention, time & effort

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personal health covenant
Personal Health Covenant
  • Commitment to self care
  • Achievable
  • Small step
  • Moves you one level in stages of change
  • Active
  • Buddy system

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an opportunity
An Opportunity:
  • To Become a Trainer for Servant Leadership: Personal & Professional Self Care:
    • Attend May 6, 2005, workshop in Wichita
    • Keep a self-care covenant
    • Participate in monitoring & support system
    • Attend follow-up training in Fall 2005
    • Accept assignments to co-facilitate training in pilot congregations (at least one congregation in 2 years)

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servant leadership personal professional self care

Servant Leadership: Personal & Professional Self Care

Self-care by both clergy & laity is a key component of the Healthy Congregations in Action initiative.

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phone 316 293 1861 e mail jjohnsto@kumc edu

Judy Johnston, MS, RD/LDResearch InstructorDepartment of Preventive Medicine & Public HealthUniversity of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita

Phone: 316-293-1861

E-Mail: jjohnsto@kumc.edu

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