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Unit 2
A.
Visit the “Competitive Advantages” page of the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership website at https://www.greenleaf.org/winning-workplaces/workplace-resources/research-studies/competitive-advantages/ and review the articles indicating ways that servant leadership helps organizations gain competitive advantage. Using that information along with the Topic Materials, discuss how servant leadership contributes to competitive advantage in contemporary organizations. Provide specific industry examples of companies that have thrived as servant leaders.
B.
One of the challenges often faced by nonprofit organizations is financial viability. Consider how the service leadership model can make a nonprofit organization competitive in ways that are not profit driven. In your post, discuss whether or not the value the nonprofit provides to the community and the greater good is professionally appealing enough to make you want to explore as a career opportunity despite the fact that in many cases than the personal and financial gains offered by nonprofits may not match what is available in for-profit organizations.
                                                                      RESOURCES
Electronic Resource 
1. “Servant Leadership” – Serve to Be Great 
Read “‘Servant Leadership’ – Serve to Be Great,” located on the Intellisource website (2015).
http://www.intellisource.com/2015/02/servant-leadership-serve-great/ 
2. 1 Little-Known Advantage Most Investors Miss 
Read “1 Little-Known Advantage Most Investors Miss,” by Lomax, located on The Motley Fool website (2014).
http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2014/10/23/1-little-known-advantage-most-investors-miss.aspx 
3. At Their Service 
Read “At Their Service,” by Drake, located on the Smart CEO website (2013).
https://web.archive.org/web/20160610105450/http://www.smartceo.com/wawas-ceo-servant-leadership/ 
4. DOs & DON’Ts of Servant Leadership 
Read “DOs & DON’Ts of Servant Leadership,” located on the Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center website (2015).
http://ritzcarltonleadershipcenter.com/2015/09/dos-donts-of-servant-leadership/ 
5. Leadership Expert Simon Sinek on Putting Others First 
View “Leadership Expert Simon Sinek on Putting Others First,” located on the YouTube website (2014).

6. Servant Leadership Sustains Competitive US Manufacturing Advantage 
Read “Servant Leadership Sustains Competitive US Manufacturing Advantage,” by Martin, located on the Industry Today website (2012).
http://industrytoday.com/article_view.asp?ArticleID=we385 
7. Servant Leadership: A Path to High Performance 
Read “Servant Leadership: A Path to High Performance,” by Hess, from The Washington Post (2013).
http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/capitalbusiness/servant-leadership-a-path-to-high-performance/2013/04/26/435e58b2-a7b8-11e2-8302-3c7e0ea97057_story.html 
Website 
1. America’s Worst Charities 
The America’s Worst Charities website can be used to conduct research for the topic assignment.
http://www.tampabay.com/topics/specials/worst-charities/ 
2. Charity Navigator 
The Charity Navigator website can be used to conduct research for the topic assignment.
https://www.charitynavigator.org/ 
3. Charity Watch 
The Top Rated Charities page of the Charity Watch website can be used to conduct research for the topic assignment.
https://www.charitywatch.org/top-rated-charities 
4. Competitive Advantages 
Review the Competitive Advantages page of the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership website to locate servant leadership articles.
https://www.greenleaf.org/winning-workplaces/workplace-resources/research-studies/competitive-advantages/ 
5. TopNonprofits 
The Top 100 Nonprofits on the Web page of the TopNonprofits website can be used to conduct research for the topic assignment.
https://topnonprofits.com/lists/best-nonprofits-on-the-web/ 
Unit 3
A. 
Think about how your personal values correlate with the principles of servant leadership. How can you draw on values and servant leadership principles to better establish your followership to better serve those you lead professionally and personally?
B. 
Suppose you go to work for an organization that you discover does not align with your personal values. You are in a leadership role and you are not in a position to leave the job. How do you ethically represent the company without compromising your own beliefs? What is the deal breaker for you? How does ethically representing the company demonstrate your ability to be a servant leader?
                                                                   RESOURCES
Electronic Resource 
1. As a Servant Leader, You Can Change the World Commencement Address 
Read “‘As a Servant Leader, You Can Change the World’ Commencement Address,” by George, located on the Bill George website (2013).
http://www.billgeorge.org/page/as-a-servant-leader-you-can-change-the-world 
2. Chick-fil-A Founder Was Embodiment of Servant Leader Philosophy 
Read “Chick-fil-A Founder Was Embodiment of Servant Leader Philosophy,” by Oswald, located on the HR Hero website (2014).
http://blogs.hrhero.com/oswaldletters/2014/09/15/chick-fil-a-founder-was-embodiment-of-servant-leader-philosophy/ 
3. Leading as a Servant 
Read “Leading as a Servant,” by Krakowski, from Entrepreneur (2014).
http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/231242 
4. Serving More Than the Bottom Line 
Read “Serving More Than the Bottom Line,” by Brodsky, located on the Human Resource Executive Online website (2015).
http://www.hreonline.com/HRE/view/story.jhtml?id=534358775 
5. The Business of Consciousness 
Read “The Business of Consciousness,” by McEllin, located on the Examiner website (2013).
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/business-consciousness-steve-mcellin-mba 
                                                                      Unit 4
A. 
Think about the principles of servant leadership and provide two examples of specific ways you can apply them in your current work environment, as member of a community group or organization with which you are involved, or in your personal life. Discuss the specific servant leadership principles you would apply, the methods you would use to apply the principles, and the results you would anticipate seeing as a result of implementing these servant leadership principles.
B. 
Conduct research about a biblical figure such as Moses, David, Paul, Joseph, Esther, or Nehemiah to learn about how the biblical leader exemplified servant leadership and see how the principles of servant leadership transcend time and place. Think about the contemporary leader you are researching for the Topic 4 assignment, and discuss the similarities you see between the biblical servant leader and the contemporary servant leader. Provide specific examples to illustrate the similarities you have identified and include discussion about what you think makes the principles of servant leadership applicable regardless of time or place.
                                                                          RESOURCES
6. ‘Servant’ Leadership Style Is Best for Bosses 
Read “‘Servant’ Leadership Style Is Best for Bosses,” by Brooks, located on the Business News Daily website (2015).
http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/7964-best-leadership-style.html 
7. 10 Tips on How IT Leaders Can Develop a Service-Oriented Perspective 
Read “10 Tips on How IT Leaders Can Develop a Service-Oriented Perspective,” by Tennant, located on the IT Business Edge website (2014).
http://www.itbusinessedge.com/blogs/from-under-the-rug/10-tips-on-how-it-leaders-can-develop-a-service-oriented-perspective.html 
8. 9 Ways to Motivate People Using Servant Leadership 
Read “9 Ways to Motivate People Using Servant Leadership,” by McCuistion, located on the About Leaders website (2013).

9 Ways to Motivate People Using Servant Leadership


9. Being a Servant Leader in the Age of Technology 
Read “Being a Servant Leader in the Age of Technology,” by Hollis, located on the Huffington Post website (2015).
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/richard-b-hollis/being-a-servant-leader-in-the-age-of-technology_b_8016290.html 
10. Recognizing Servant-Leaders – Not Drum Majors 
Read “Recognizing Servant-Leaders – Not Drum Majors,” located on the Dreams InDeed International website.
https://www.dreamsindeed.org/news/recognizing-servant-leaders-not-drum-majors/ 
Other 
1. Individual and Corporate Servant Leaders 
The “Individual and Corporate Servant Leaders” resource can be used as a reference for discussion questions throughout the course and for completion of some course assignments.
                                                                   Unit 5
A. 
Learn about current trends in servant leadership by conducting your own research and locating an article that illustrates how the principles of servant leadership are being employed in the workplace, as part of a volunteer or service effort, or in an individual’s personal life. In the Main Forum, post a short summary and a link to the article. Discuss what you learned from reading the article and whether or not you would consider applying servant leadership in a similar way.
B. 
The article “Why Isn’t Servant Leadership More Prevalent?” poses the question, “But if servant leadership is as effective as portrayed in recent research, why isn’t it more prevalent?” Using what you have learned about the principles of servant leadership and your own experiences, address this question. Use examples to support your hypotheses.
                                                                RESOURCES
Electronic Resource 
1. Simon Sinek: Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe 
View “Simon Sinek: Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe,” located on the TED website (2014).
http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_why_good_leaders_make_you_feel_safe?language=en 
2. The CEO of Popeye’s Says Becoming a “Servant Leader” Helped Her Turn Around the Struggling Restaurant Chain 
Read “The CEO of Popeye’s Says Becoming a ‘Servant Leader’ Helped Her Turn Around the Struggling Restaurant Chain,” by Goudreau, located on the Business Insider website (2015).
http://www.businessinsider.com/popeyes-ceo-servant-leadership-traits-2015-3 
3. TheThe Baltimore Ravens’ John Harbaugh Discusses Servant Leadership 
View “The Baltimore Ravens’ John Harbaugh Discusses Servant Leadership,” by Smart CEO Magazine, located on the YouTube website (2013).

4. Top Midsize Workplace: AutomationDirect.com 
Read “Top Midsize Workplace: AutomationDirect.com,” by Tierney, located on the AJC.com website (2014).
http://www.ajc.com/news/business/top-midsize-workplace-automationdirectcom/nfF67/ 
5. Why Isn’t Servant Leadership More Prevalent? 
Read “Why Isn’t Servant Leadership More Prevalent?” by Heskett, from Forbes.
http://onforb.es/10Vh7qx 
                                                                        Unit 6
A. 
Think about Greenleaf’s principles of servant leadership and what you have learned about the biblical foundation of servant leadership. Identify specific principles of servant leadership that, when employed effectively, can proliferate respect for multiculturalism and diversity within the organizations and communities they serve? Provide specific examples to illustrate your ideas.
B. 
Research an international servant leader or international servant leadership organization to examine the similarities and differences in the way servant leadership is executed in Western culture and Christianity when compared with other cultures and religions. Summarize the similarities and differences you discovered and discuss which principles of servant leadership you think are universal, regardless of religious and cultural differences. Provide examples to support your opinions.
                                                             RESOURCES
Electronic Resource 
1. Effective Leadership Within a Multinational Environment 
Read “Effective Leadership Within a Multinational Environment,” by Rentfrow, located on the Leadership Advance Online website (2007).
http://www.regent.edu/acad/global/publications/lao/issue_10/rentfrow.htm 
e-Library Resource 
1. Servant Leadership and World Values 
Read “Servant Leadership and World Values,” by Rubio-Sanchez, Bosco, and Melchar, from Global Studies Journal (2013).
https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=95952547&site=ehost-live&scope=site 
                                                                Unit 7
A. 
In the Topic Materials you read several examples of ways that servant leadership can be displayed through true volunteerism and acts of service to others. Research an historic or current servant leader who is a true volunteer in service to others. In what ways does the person inspire leadership while building his or her own character and integrity? How does this leader exemplify the moral obligation to lead through kindness, compassion, and justice?
B. 
Share the servant leadership volunteer opportunity you are completing. Discuss how you think this experience will help you develop your own character and give you experience in leading through exhibiting kindness, compassion, and justice.
                                                                         RESOURCES
2. When Servant Becomes Leader: The Corazon C. Aquino Success Story as a Beacon for Business Leaders 
Read “When Servant Becomes Leader: The Corazon C. Aquino Success Story as a Beacon for Business Leaders,” by Udani and Lorenzo-Molo, from Journal of Business Ethics (2013).
https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=90254863&site=ehost-live&scope=site 
                                                                             Unit 8
A. 
Now that you have participated in your servant leadership opportunity, discuss how the experience affected your understanding of how through serving others one actually leads. Support your ideas with specific examples from your volunteer experience.
B. 
Watch the video “Servant Leadership – Joe Schmitt.” Discuss why this is a good example of leadership through acts of service in terms of the way the actions of the leader demonstrate integrity and personal character building while also establishing followership and pushing others to grow professionally through emulating his actions. Discuss how this example embraces both Greenleaf’s principles of servant leadership and the call to service evident in Christianity.
RESOURCES
Electronic Resource 
1. Drew Dudley “Everyday Leadership” – TED Talks 
View “Drew Dudley ‘Everyday Leadership’ – TED Talks,” located on the YouTube website (2013).

2. Servant Leadership – Joe Schmitt 
View “Servant Leadership – Joe Schmitt” located on the YouTube website (2014).

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