Servant leadership is a leadership theory that focuses more on the followers than the leader him/herself. The concept of servant leadership comes from Robert K. Greenleaf in an essay that he published in 1970, where he wrote:
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Special projects are just that—not a part of your daily activities that require your input and attention. They can be great fun. They can raise your profile both in and out of the office.
While we may believe that we seem to strike the right balance in our dealings with others at work, a new study suggests that we’re often off base when it comes to judging how others see us.