Servant Leadership is one of those rare books that will live far beyond the life of its creator. -- James A. Autry, author of Servant Leader and Love & Profit
This book will create leadership that contains such virtues as growth, responsibility and love. -- Warren Bennis, Distinguished Professor, Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California; author of Organizing Genius
This is both symbol and substance on the shelf of anyone blessed with the opportunity to lead. -- John Carver, author of Boards That Make a Difference
This most welcomed new edition will influence a new generation to serve better. -- Godric Ernest Scott Bader, Life President, Scott Bader Commonwealth Ltd.
About the Author
Robert K. Greenleaf is considered the creator of the modern trend to empower employees; he also coined the term servant-leadership. He was a top executive in management, research, development, and education at AT&T, as well as a visiting lecturer at MIT's Sloan School of Management and Harvard Business School. He also taught at Dartmouth College and the University of Virginia. Upon his retirement from AT&T, he founded the Center for Applied Ethics, which eventually became the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, located in Indianapolis. Greenleaf died in 1990 at the age of 86.
Larry C. Spears is CEO of the Greenleaf Center in Indianapolis, IN.