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Leadership Development (Author’s Name) (Institutional Affiliation) Table of Contents LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT 3 BECOMING A SERVANT LEADER 3 I HAVE A DREAM 4 THINKING ETHICALLY 5 THEORIES OF VISIONING AND GOAL SETTING 6 JOURNEY TO THE EAST, HERMAN HESSE 6 GANDHI 8 References 10 Vaughan, A.
They are identified by their wisdom, sincerity, authority and courage. They usually have human quality and strong commitment to their own ideologies and to those of their servants (Lopez, n.d). The first leadership I ever experienced in my life is the one that came from both my parents. All through my growth and development stages, my parents have been the core pillar of my understanding of what servant-leadership is. Looking up to them for being the first leaders I experienced in my life, they taught me how one could make a servant and a leader at the same time. In my teenage period when I ignored all that happened around me, never did they go wrong in ensuring that I remained respectful. They ensured that I was liable to my actions without compromising the love I had for them. That was wisdom, authority and courage they showed me. Being the first born in a family of six, I try frequently to emulating their leadership skill of sincerity, authority and courage down to my younger siblings. In my school life, I also met other leaders: Teachers and student leaders who showed love, provided good direction, made personal sacrifices and encouraged healthy competition among the people they led. My teachers ensured that order, justice and equality for all people could be best achieved through dialogue. ...
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