The dictionary defines the word Servant as ‘a person who performs duties for others, especially a person employed in a house on domestic duties or as a personal attendant’ but as the saying goes the servant-leader is a servant first. While the idea of servant leadership goes back ages, many a great ones have practiced treating their servants as the same from sitting & eating with them to serving them. The above was validated by the modern servant leadership movement launched in the recent past.
“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. 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…The leader-first and the servant-first are two extreme types. Between them there are shadings and blends that are part of the infinite variety of human nature.”
From a corporate perspective, Servant leadership is a philosophy that involves focusing on others (i.e. your employees), and focus on their success, and in turn build better professional relationships that can benefit both manager and employee. Servant leadership shows that managers can be great leaders while boosting their employee’s confidence and further their success at the same time. So why is Servant-Leadership not prevalent?
With our “Servant Leadership” workshop, your participants will discover the specifics of how servant leadership works and how it can benefit both leaders and employees!
- Define servant leadership
- Know the characteristics of servant leadership
- Recognize the barriers of servant leadership
- Learn to be a mentor and a motivator
- Practice self-reflection
Servant Leadership Course Outline:
Module One: Getting Started
▪The Parking Lot
Module Two: What is Servant Leadership?
▪A Desire to Serve
▪Knowing to Share the Power
▪Putting Others First
▪Helping Employees Grow
▪Module Two: Review Questions
Module Three: Leadership Practices
▪Democratic Leadership Style
▪Leading by Example
▪Module Three: Review Questions
Module Four: Share the Power
▪Learn to Delegate
▪Their Success is Your Success
▪Know When to Step In
▪Module Four: Review Questions
Module Five: Characteristics of a Servant Leader
▪Relates to Employees
Module Five: Review Questions
Module Six: Barriers to Servant Leadership
▪Doing Everything Yourself
▪Sitting on the Sidelines
▪Demanding from Employees
▪Module Six: Review Questions
Module Seven: Building a Team Community
▪Identify the Group Needs
▪Complement Member Skills
▪Create Group Goals
▪Module Seven: Review Questions
Module Eight: Be a Motivator
▪Make it Challenging
▪Ask for Employee Input
▪Module Eight: Review Questions
Module Nine: Be a Mentor
▪Know When to Praise or Criticize
▪Create a Supportive Environment
▪Create an Open Door Policy
▪Module Nine: Review Questions
Module Ten: Training Future Leaders
▪Offer Guidance and Advice
▪Identify Their Skill Sets
▪Methods of Feedback
▪Establish Long Term Goals
▪Module Ten: Review Questions
Module Eleven: Self-Reflection
▪Keep a Journal
▪Identify Your Strengths and Weaknesses
▪Identify Your Needs
▪Creating Your Own Goals
▪Module Eleven: Review Questions
Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
▪Words from the Wise
▪Review of Parking Lot
▪Completion of Action Plans and Evaluations.
Additionally, the workshop includes the following:
1. Training Manuals for each delegate, Icebreakers, energizers, and other workshop activities to heighten the effectiveness of training sessions when targeted to the lesson topic and the overall needs of the participants.
2. PowerPoint slides embedded with videos that will compliment the instructor-led training experience and provide an excellent summary of training concepts in point format. Flip chart notes are also available as an alternative for workshop training.
3. Quick Reference Sheets. These powerful Quick Reference sheets are an excellent take away from any training program or as a stand-alone desktop reference tool.
4. Usage of real life examples, case studies, and stories based on the instructor’s industry experience that are relevant to the group.
5. Certificates. The Certificate of Completion is meant to publicly acknowledge the effort and expense invested by participants in the completion of the training workshop.
6. Course related MP3 Audio book for training on the go and a complimentary E-book on select Soft Skills.
All of these professional training resources are based on the most up-to-date body of knowledge and carefully selected by subject matter experts. To better comprehend each module’s objectives & outline, please click on the following link that demonstrates the HR’ module on our website: http://readacademy.net/course-curriculum/
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