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“Moral authority is another way to define servant leadership because it represents a reciprocal choice between leader and follower. If the leader is principle centered, he or she will develop moral authority. If the follower is principle centered, he or she will follow the leader. In this sense, both leaders and followers are followers. Why? They follow truth. They follow natural law. They follow principles. They follow a common, agreed-upon vision. They share values. They grow to trust one another.”
Robert K. Greenleaf, Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness

“If you do not have a defined process that moves your people forward so the can achieve greater results, then what is it you are managing?”
Keith Rosen, Coaching Salespeople Into Sales Champions: A Tactical Playbook for Managers and Executives

“Ego focuses on one’s own survival, pleasure, and enhancement to the exclusion of others; ego is selfishly ambitious. It sees relationships in terms of threat or no threat, like little children who classify all people as “nice” or “mean.” Conscience, on the other hand, both democratizes and elevates ego to a larger sense of the group, the whole, the community, the greater good. It sees life in terms of service and contribution, in terms of others’ security and fulfillment.”
Robert K. Greenleaf, Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness

“The servant-leader is servant first, it begins with a natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first, as opposed to, wanting power, influence, fame, or wealth.”
Robert K. Greenleaf, Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness

“Ego can’t sleep. It micro-manages. It disempowers. It reduces our capability. It excels in control.”
Robert K. Greenleaf, Servant Leadership: A Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power and Greatness

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