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Servant-Leadership Dim Sum. Larry C. Spears. Five Books of Writings by Robert K. Greenleaf. Servant-Leadership (1977/2002) On Becoming a Servant-Leader (1996) Seeker and Servant (1996) The Power of Servant-Leadership (1998) The Servant-Leader Within (2002).

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five books of writings by robert k greenleaf
Five Books of Writings by Robert K. Greenleaf
  • Servant-Leadership (1977/2002)
  • On Becoming a Servant-Leader (1996)
  • Seeker and Servant (1996)
  • The Power of Servant-Leadership (1998)
  • The Servant-Leader Within (2002)
four servant leadership anthologies
Four Servant-Leadership Anthologies
  • Reflections on Leadership (1995)
  • Insights on Leadership (1998)
  • Focus on Leadership (2002)
  • Practicing Servant-Leadership (2004)
  • Contributing authors have included:

Autry, Blanchard, Carver, Covey, DePree, Peck, Wheatley, Zohar and 100 others.

two scanlon servant leadership books
Two Scanlon/Servant-Leadership Books
  • Scanlon EPIC Leadership (2008)
  • The Human Treatment of Human Beings (2009)
books and journals in progress
Books-and-Journals-in-Progress
  • Within Your Reach (2010)
  • International Journal of S-L (2010)
  • The Spirit of Servant-Leadership (2011)
  • Fortuitous Encounters (2011)
  • International Journal of S-L (2011)
  • Conversations on Servant-Leadership (2012)
recent forthcoming essays
Recent & Forthcoming Essays
  • 200 Articles & Essays (1990-2007)
  • Holistic Servant-Leadership (2008, SanFacon & Spears)
  • Savoring Life Through Servant-Leadership (2009, Leider & Spears)
  • Route 66 and Servant-Leadership Blog (2010)
  • Myers-Briggs & Servant-Leadership (2008/2010, Lewis & Spears)
  • Seekers Anonymous (2010, Leider & Spears)
design teach servant leadership graduate courses for gonzaga univ
Design & Teach Servant-Leadership Graduate Courses for Gonzaga Univ.
  • Servant-Leadership (MA ORGL 530,

10 courses since Fall, 2008)

  • Servant-Leadership: Reading, Writing, and Practicing (DPLS 774, 1 course, Summer 2009)
  • Servant-Leadership: Personal Development & Organizational Practices (DPLS 778, 1 course, Spring 2010)
other publications initiatives
Other Publications & Initiatives
  • Servant-Leader News (e-newsletter)
  • Website (www.spearscenter.org)
  • Speaking
  • Consulting
  • Servant-Leadership Writer’s Workshop
  • Nurturing Global Interest
  • Encouraging servant-leadership authors
servant leadership scholar gonzaga university
Servant-Leadership ScholarGonzaga University

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY 

announces

Larry C. Spears

as the 

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

SERVANT LEADERSHIP SCHOLAR

Everybody can be great because everybody can serve… you only need a

heart full of grace…a soul generated by love, and you can be that servant.

—Martin Luther King, Jr.

10 characteristics of a servant leader
10 Characteristics of a Servant-Leader
  • 1. Listening
  • 2. Empathy
  • 3. Healing
  • 4. Awareness
  • 5. Persuasion
  • 6. Conceptualization
  • 7. Foresight
  • 8. Stewardship
  • 9. Commitment to the Growth of People
  • 10. Building Community
top ten lessons learned
Top Ten Lessons Learned
  • 10. Be kind to yourself/Be kind to others.
  • 9. Seek to understand others and listen carefully

to what they have to say.

  • 8. Avoid making assumptions.
  • 7. All things considered, it is generally best to be

cautiously optimistic in life.

  • 6. Recognize and understand your fears, then

resolve to grow in your own bravery over time

by gradually confronting and overcoming

those fears.

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Top Ten Lessons Learned

5. Live your life in a conscientious fashion, holding

good values and high ethics.

4. Be an active learner throughout life.

3. Leading is good. Serving is better. Serving and leading is best.

2. To the greatest extent possible, insist upon the

right to make decisions that affect your own life, and support others in their own quests for those same rights.

1. Show people that they matter to you.

greenleaf s best test of servant leadership
Greenleaf’s Best Test of Servant-Leadership

The servant leader is servant first. It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first. Then conscious choice brings one to aspire to lead. The best test and the most difficult to administer is: 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?

--Robert K. Greenleaf, from The Servant as Leader