What People Have Learned from Observing Servant Leadership in Action
• James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner, in their essay “Finding Your Voice,” emphasize that what earns the respect of your people is not your position, talent, or the tools and techniques you use—it’s whether you are you.
• In her essay “A Lesson from My Father: Washing Feet,” Phyllis Hennecy Hendry shares the most important lesson she learned from her father: selflessly caring for and serving others can change lives.
• In Neal Nybo’s essay, “The Puddle Is Not the Problem,” he shows how servant leaders must not only help their people identify problems but also prepare them to embrace necessary change.
• Jeffrey W. Foley, in “Five ...