Leadership and managmnet models1

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MGT 410
Oct 17, 2023
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Leadership and Management Models Josiah Taylor Grand Canyon University 410: MGT Professor Jacoby September 17, 2023 1
Leadership and Management Models Leading by Serving Professional Growth of Team Members Trust Humble and Empathetic Empowerment Listening and Empathy Servant Leader 2
Leadership and Management Models The fundamental qualities of a servant leader, in my opinion, are making necessary sacrifices, putting less emphasis on personal recognition and reputation, providing support, exhibiting patience, employing compassionate judgment, and giving constructive criticism. I chose the attributes that, in my opinion, are crucial for a modest and successful servant leader after analyzing many models. Differences Between Servant Leadership Models and Other Models A distinctive kind of leadership known as servant leadership sets itself apart from more conventional leadership styles in several fundamental ways. Serving others, especially team members and the larger community is the main focus of servant leadership. Servant leaders put the needs and welfare of others first and work to support their development and success. In many conventional leadership paradigms, serving others may come second to organizational objectives, financial success, or personal promotion. While fulfilling these goals is crucial, they might not necessarily place as much emphasis on people's welfare as servant leadership does. An autocratic leader, for instance, can decide without taking into account the opinions or well-being of particular team members and instead base their choices purely on what they believe is best for the firm . Paradoxical Nature of Servant Leadership Being a unique and complicated leadership concept, servant leadership is frequently perceived as paradoxical since it mixes elements and values that appear to be at odds with one another. The paradox of servant leadership is that it is possible for leaders to have good organizational results while also serving people. By actively hearing the opinions, worries, and needs of their team members, leaders are urged to "follow" them. This is known as servant 3
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