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What it means to be a servant leader

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What it means to be a servant leader

Peter Ellis
31 October 2019

Leadership and management are widely discussed in the literature as functions which exist to direct the work of others. Their key functions are to set out how the work is to be done as well as what that work is. Traditionally this supervisory function has been seen as something that happens from the top down; the manager looking down on the workers and the workers looking up to the manager.

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