Course Details

Servant Leadership in the Modern Workplace

About this Course:

Historically, world-over the autocratic leadership style influenced politics as well as workplaces. It gave power solely to managers to make decisions on their personal views and experience. However, with the onset of democracies and individual self-worth, inclusiveness became the gold standard for leadership. The standard command and control approach also failed with the entry of the millennials into the workforce. Onset of the 21st century was dominated by a lightning pace of technological changes, requiring the professional development of employees for organizational success. At the same time, exclusive focus on results made the workplace very transactional with digression from humanitarian values, leading to low morale. Eventually Leadership paradigms had to evolve to become more collaborative, people-oriented and selfless.

Servant leadership can seem like a contradicting term but it is the most promising and world-changing approach leaders can adopt in this new era of crisis, uncertainty and chaos. It is a revolutionary approach to leadership in which leaders aim to serve their employees rather than attain power and authority. Measuring your success based on the success of those whom you mentor in your workplace, can result in life-long professional relationships. It is when your team experiences genuine care, that they are willing to go to any extent to accomplish targets.

When you learn to lead with humility and commit yourself to the growth of others, you establish a positive organizational culture where everyone supports each other. Thus individual and organizational success align in a community, where self-interest gives way to collective human development. You will discover that the value of relationships outweighs the cost of building them. With our ground-breaking course on Servant Leadership workshop, participants will discover many more specifics of how servant leadership works and how it can benefit both leaders and employees. Thus by learning and exhibiting servant leadership traits, you can be at the apex of any leadership continuum.

Course Content:

  • Defining servant leadership and what it is not
  • Different Leadership Styles
  • Sharing the power
  • Know the characteristics of a servant leader
  • Recognize the barriers of servant leadership
  • The power of Karm Yog - Working in higher consciousness
  • The mindset of growing in the Face of problems
  • Building a Team community
  • Learn to be a mentor and a motivator
  • Training Future Leaders
  • Practice Self-Reflection
  • Measure yourself as a servant leader

You Will Learn:

  1. The importance of servanthood plays in meaningful leadership.
  2. To share the power of a position, rather than getting absorbed in it.
  3. How to help your team members in their growth process.
  4. Creating your own goals as a servant leader.
  5. Different leadership styles and how to blend them for the best, based on their own personality traits and the team members’ attributes.
  6. Practicing empathy through active listening, communicating with impact, finding the right opportunity and good fit for each team member.
  7. To increase your team’s relatability to you by building personal relationships with your team members.
  8. Approaches to help people grow that are unique to them.
  9. The art of delegation.
  10. The right balance in assisting your team members when required vs observing from a distance allowing them to grow at their own pace.
  11. Barriers to servant leadership.
  12. Strategies for mentoring your employees.
  13. Measuring Servant Leadership.

This is your course if you are looking for:

  • Inspire and succeed as a long-term leader.
  • Transforming your workplace with humaneness scoring over numbers and other typical performance metrics.
  • Revolutionize leadership by building authentic influence through empathy, listening, building personal relationships and measuring your success by the growth of others.
  • How does servant leadership raise work-life standards for ourselves as well as others who work for us.
  • Building good working relations amidst your team members, through team-building activities and encouraging communication.
  • Achieving goals together by creating goals together.
  • Discovering unique motivations for each of your team members.
  • Building the perception of an approachable leader for yourself.
  • Succession planning by building more servant leaders to carry forward the legacy in your organization.
  • Ways to deliver effective feedback to your employees and also receive feedback from your employees.
  • Finding a conscious sync between serving others and serving your own growth process.
  • Identifying your own strengths and weaknesses.