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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?
â Formulations after Greenleaf Most writers see servant leadership as an underlying philosophy of leadership, demonstrated through specific characteristics and practices.
He identifies seven key practices of servant leaders: self-awareness, listening, changing the pyramid, developing your colleagues, coaching not controlling, unleashing the energy and intelligence of others, and foresight.
Also, despite his copious use of the word, he does not use it in the Pilot nor in the finale, Felina.
When Walt accompanies his brother-in-law, Hank Schrader, and Steven Gomez on a DEA drug bust, he waits in the car as they secure a meth lab operated by Cap n Cook.
When leaders shift their mindset and serve first, they unlock purpose and ingenuity in those around them, resulting in higher performance and engaged, fulfilled employees. At heart, the individual is a servant first, making the conscious decision to lead in order to better serve others, not to increase their own power.
Indeed, he had great faith that servant-leader organizations could change the world.
[ Servant leadership can be found in many religious texts, though the philosophy itself transcends any particular religious tradition.
He also suspects that Walter is responsible for killing Mike, a fact which Walt denies outright.
As a result from looking after Brock and dating Andrea, Jesse became more caring towards children.
Servant leadership can be most likely associated with the participative leadership style.
In the managerial grid model of Blake and Mouton, the participative style of leadership is presented as the approach with the greatest possible performance and employee satisfaction.