Servant Leadership redefined: Relevance to Histroy

Servant Leadership by its meaning and definition is not new for India. It has its history deeply rooted in BC's and is being practiced till today, knowingly or unknowingly. Servant leadership was being practiced from thousands of years but got a specific importance now with advent of Agile Frameworks and specifically Scrum.Servant leadership in corporate's vanished with emergence of classical management theory. This presentation we will try to understand basics of Servant Leadership with examples which are relevant to today's leadership in corporate's. This is applicable to small teams to big corporate's. We will understand each aspect from history and will relate it to today's scenario to understand it deeply. This presentation will focus on aspects of Servant Leadership, Its implementation and benefits in different scenarios.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  • Servant Leadership - Overview
  • Finding the root
  • Root cause for gaps
  • Simple examples
  • Relevance to current world

Learning Outcome

Servant Leadership by its meaning and definition is not new for India. It has its history deeply rooted in BC's and is being practiced till today, knowingly or unknowingly. Servant leadership was being practiced from thousands of years but got a specific importance now with advent of Agile Frameworks and specifically Scrum.Servant leadership in corporate's vanished with emergence of classical management theory. This presentation we will try to understand basics of Servant Leadership with examples which are relevant to today's leadership in corporate's. This is applicable to small teams to big corporate's. We will understand each aspect from history and will relate it to today's scenario to understand it deeply. This presentation will focus on aspects of Servant Leadership, Its implementation and benefits in different scenarios.

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Any Agile Leaders

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