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Combining efficiency with participation is humanity's next frontier and the PAD Company an attempt to go beyond that frontier.
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Le pape dénonce la "dictature d'une économie sans visage ni but humain" | La-Croix.com

Le pape dénonce la "dictature d'une économie sans visage ni but humain" | La-Croix.com | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
Le pape François a dénoncé jeudi le "fétichisme de l'argent" et "la dictature d'une économie sans visage ni but vraiment humain", en déplorant que l'éthique et la solidarité soient des concepts qui "dérangent".Devant...
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Servant Leadership - Why Is It So Hard To Find These Leaders?

Servant Leadership - Why Is It So Hard To Find These Leaders? | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
Servant Leadership is becoming a lost art. Tom Osborne, Hall of Fame coach and current AD at the University of Nebraska gives 8 characteristics to follow.

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3 Studies Prove Servant Leadership Good for Business

3 Studies Prove Servant Leadership Good for Business | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
Need evidence that Servant Leadership drives great business results? Here are 3 studies that prove just that: Good Company Index, Good to Great & Seven Pillars

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Servant-leadership: the Online Way! E-learning where community building is key

Servant-leadership: the Online Way!  E-learning where community building is key | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it

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Cardinal Reinhard Marx on Subsidiarity vs. Solidarity

May 30, 2012 | Experts are still debating whether the worst of the global financial and economic crisis is over; the combination of modest growth and continued high unemployment and political tension (Cardinal Reinhard Marx on Subsidiarity vs.
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Economics is Too Important to be Left to Economists - Acton Institute (blog)

Economics is Too Important to be Left to Economists - Acton Institute (blog) | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
Economics is Too Important to be Left to Economists Acton Institute (blog) She knows that Christian Scripture teaches many economic lessons, like subsidiarity and stewardship (although she doesn't use those terms.) She says, “Economic theory is...
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Clemenceau once said.... ;)

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RN26 - Regnum Novum - "The Common Good" in the Compendium of Social Doctrine Chap 4 Section 1 - Discerning Hearts

RN26 - Regnum Novum - "The Common Good" in the Compendium of Social Doctrine Chap 4 Section 1 - Discerning Hearts | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
RT @KrisMcGregor: RN26 – Regnum Novum – “The Common Good” in the Compendium of Social Doctrine Chap 4 Section 1: We continue the s... http://t.co/Xay6441G
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For those who want to explore the social thought of the church...

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Lead Like a Curling Sweeper

Lead Like a Curling Sweeper | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
Curling makes an excellent analogy for servant leadership. The Sweepers explain what they see and the Skip provides direction. Communication is critical.
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Yet another post on servant leadership by super active Ben. And a nice metaphor.... Thanks!

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Why Servant Leadership is the Future

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There is a a serious jump in the servant leadership traffic online. Here's 5 reasons why servant leadership is the future of business leadership.
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ETUI Conference Dec 2012: James K. Galbraith on the crisis and inequality in Europe

6:30 - Presentation by Professor Galbraith Introduction by Philippe Pochet, General Director of the ETUI (in French) American economics professor James Galbr...
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Robert K. Greenleaf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Robert K. Greenleaf (1904–1990) was the founder of the modern Servant leadership movement and the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership.

Greenleaf was born in Terre Haute, Indiana in 1904. After graduating from Carleton College in Minnesota, he went to work for AT&T, then the American Telephone and Telegraph Company. For the next forty years he researched management, development, and education. All along, he felt a growing suspicion that the power-centered authoritarian leadership style so prominent in U.S. institutions was not working, and in 1964 he took an early retirement to found the the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership (first called the "Center for Applied Ethics).[1]

According to his essay, "Essentials of Servant Leadership", Greenleaf’s philosophy had its roots from reading a work of fiction in 1958: "The idea of the servant as leader came out of reading Hermann Hesse’s Journey to the East. In this story, we see a band of men on a mythical journey… The central figure of the story is Leo, who accompanies the party as the servant who does their menial chores, but who also sustains them with his spirit and his song. He is a person of extraordinary presence. All goes well until Leo disappears. Then the group falls into disarray and the journey is abandoned. They cannot make it without the servant Leo. The narrator, one of the party, after some years of wandering, finds Leo and is taken into the Order that had sponsored the journey. There he discovers that Leo, whom he had known first as servant, was in fact the titular head of the Order, its guiding spirit, a great and noble leader." His essay "Servant as Leader" inspires people all over the world.

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Net-forage 12.18.12

Net-forage 12.18.12 | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
Stories: Tony Peck on our differences and the common good, Richard Beck on subversive Christmas carols, James McGrath on the Nativity, liberals and entitlement reform, Pat Buchanan weighs in on the...
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Surprisingly diverse and funny blog about social aspect of Catholicism...

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Servant Leadership Profile: Harriet Tubman - Black History Month

Servant Leadership Profile: Harriet Tubman - Black History Month | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
Harriet Tubman was born into slavery & became an abolitionist. Later, she also became a Union spy during the American Civil War.

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Bruner Corporation » Promoting a Culture of Servant Leadership

Bruner Corporation » Promoting a Culture of Servant Leadership | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it

Servant Leadership is not just a practice – it’s a culture of leading by example, which can be applied to both personal and professional lives.

 

By embracing the role of a Servant Leader, you are choosing to uphold and embody the Seven Pillars of Servant Leadership.

 

You seek lasting change, create authentic relationships, persevere with a non-anxious presence, invest in motivated people, and focus less on doing things the “right” way and more on doing what is right.


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5 Reasons Why Servant Leadership Works

5 Reasons Why Servant Leadership Works | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it

To be a servant leader requires that you let go of self-importance. This excellent article explains what servant leadership is and then it goes on to describe why it works so well in improving the performance of all involved in your business.


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Desmond Tutu’s Take on Servant Leadership

Desmond Tutu’s Take on Servant Leadership | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
In this short video, Desmond Tutu gives us an insight into the servant leadership philosophy that has served him well during his extraordinary life.
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Pope's Caveats on Subsidiarity, Charity, and Social Teaching | Big ...

Pope's Caveats on Subsidiarity, Charity, and Social Teaching | Big ... | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
THURSDAY EDITION. Published December 20, 2012 Anno Domini. Pope Benedict's Caveats on Subsidiarity, Charity, & Social Teaching – Dr. Jeff Mirus. A New Rose Vestment – Shawn Tribe, New Liturgical Movement.
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Honoring Human Dignity and the Common Good

This video features Octavio González speaking about the challenges that face undocumented immigrant families in the US.
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An example of how the social doctrine of the church deals with very real contemporary issues.

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Hoekstra: Politicians Have Forgotten 'Servant Leadership'

Hoekstra: Politicians Have Forgotten 'Servant Leadership' | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
The fact that we re nearing the so-called fiscal cliff is yet another indication that those who serve in federal elected positions have forgotten the most basic concept of leadership.
It s called servant leadership.
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Why was George Bailey ‘the richest man in town?’ | Leading Effectively: Official Blog of the Center for Creative Leadership

Why was George Bailey ‘the richest man in town?’ | Leading Effectively: Official Blog of the Center for Creative Leadership | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
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Next on the "movies to watch" list...

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Economics is Too Important to be Left to Economists

Economics is Too Important to be Left to Economists | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
I rather like Serene Jones’ piece in Huffington Post, “Economists and Innkeepers.” Jones got some things right. She knows that Christian Scripture teaches many economic lessons, l...
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I/Me — Azure Gate Consulting

I/Me — Azure Gate Consulting | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
The notion of collaborative and partnership-oriented work models in organizations is not new.  But, in some organizations and slices of industries, collaboration has become the dominant model—and the notion of “egolessness” has emerged as an ideal. ...
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Leader Learning Library

Leader Learning Library | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
Online resources for leaders and wannabe leaders are quite extensive these days. We are witnessing the democratization of leadership, making the "servant leader" even more possible.
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Well if it's a library...

 

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Opinion: Cooperatives and mutuals work for the common good

Opinion: Cooperatives and mutuals work for the common good | Servant Leadership and Subsidiarity | Scoop.it
This International Year of Cooperatives has been an opportunity to discover the ways in which a billion cooperative members are helping build a better world.
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