Rules of Engagement for Servant Leadership to Thrive in Your Culture
In order for a culture of servant leadership to thrive and survive through constant organizational
Remaining curious is at the center of all servant leadership principles. It is the only actionable characteristic that ensures that ontological humility is maintained by a culture’s leaders and all members of
Following these 9 principles and practices
- Always keep in mind your desired outcome.
- Remove all distractions and sounds like cell phones from all view to ensure active listening skills are being used with others.
- Use timed rounding at beginning and end of meetings to be sure all are heard.
- Stick to “I” statements. Sounds like, “from my point of view…”
- Remain curious.
- Appreciate others strengths and ability to contribute.
- Say it now, not later.
- Honor agreed upon start and stop meeting times during .
ALWAYS leave meeting with clearly defined next steps for each participant.
One notice of caution. If you enact the practice above of “say it now, not later” without remaining curious or sticking to “I” statements,
team members may feel comfortable and empowered to say what they
Which of these rules does your team need to use more often in
What systems of operation can you put in place at your workplace to ensure that these basic principles are consistently followed?