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Focus on your team as a servant-leader

In 1970, the term servant-leader was coined by Robert Greenleaf in a published essay. In the essay, Greenleaf tells the story of reading Herman Hesse’s novel The Journey to the East and being introduced to the character of Leo. The book details a timeless pilgrimage in which the character Leo acted as a servant to the pilgrims. Only subsequently was Leo identified as the leader of the order to which the pilgrims belonged. Greenleaf’s concept of the servant-leader sprung from Leo.

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