Servant Leadership Infographic

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Leaders have a lot to manage. They need to move projects along, keep the big picture and goals of the organization in mind, and manage their direct reports. Servant leadership takes a new approach to traditional responsibilities by placing an emphasis on serving employees and removing obstacles to their success.

Servant leaders help employees perform at their best by building trust and providing feedback that helps employees grow. They give employees the space to problem solve and learn new skills while also stepping in to help them overcome challenges when needed. Servant leadership helps build strong relationships and empowers employees to be their best, which benefits the organization and the bottom line. Like with most things, practice can help individuals become effective servant leaders.

In this infographic, we'll teach you how to put servant leadership into practice.

You'll also learn:
-The characteristics of a servant leader
-Ways servant leaders and traditional leaders differ
-How servant leadership benefits your organization

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