YOUR SCORE SHOWS YOU ARE AN Infrequent Servant Leader.
You rarely demonstrate servant leadership behaviors, placing your own needs first. As a result, the people you lead likely have lower levels of engagement, satisfaction, and performance. If you are interested in becoming a more serving leader, you will find valuable articles, white papers, and recorded webinars in the Servant Leadership section of our Resource Center. You could also read one of Ken Blanchard’s books on servant leadership, Simple Truths of Leadership: 52 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and Build Trust, or Servant Leadership in Action: How You Can Achieve Great Relationships and Results.
YOUR SCORE SHOWS YOU ARE AN OCCASIONAL SERVANT LEADER.
You demonstrate some servant leadership behaviors but are not consistently prioritizing the needs of those you lead. For inspiration, read Ken Blanchard’s latest book, Simple Truths of Leadership: 52 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and Build Trust. You can find valuable blog articles, white papers, and recorded webinars in the Servant Leadership section of our Resource Center.
YOUR SCORE SHOWS YOU ARE A Servant Leader.
You are well on your way with the servant aspect of servant leadership! You can continue to refine your servant leadership skills by reading Ken Blanchard’s latest book, Simple Truths of Leadership: 52 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and Build Trust. For additional blog articles, white papers, and recorded webinars, explore the Servant Leadership section of our Resource Center.
Your score shows you are a Servant Leadership Role Model.
Congratulations! You are a true servant leader, prioritizing the needs of those you serve. You likely have the trust and admiration of your people. Please encourage others to use the same techniques you use to spread the servant leadership message.
Servant Leadership: A New Approach to Creating a Culture of Success
Servant leaders have many things in common. Perhaps the most important is that they put their people first. But servant leadership extends beyond the leaders themselves. Organizations that want to embrace servant leadership need to support their leaders through skill development, knowledge, tools, and human resource systems and processes. They need to help their leaders understand their people and meet their needs. And ultimately, they must create the mindset to foster a culture shift that values people and results. In this collection of articles, we explore the concepts and paradigm shifts organizations must consider to become true servant leaders.
Learn More About the Servant Leadership Essentials Program
Servant leadership is a better way to lead—and one that leads to higher levels of engagement, performance, and human satisfaction. Blanchard’s Servant Leadership Essentials program helps leaders take ownership of the process and actively partner with their people. There is a sense of accountability for the successful performance of others. The servant leader learns to align the individual’s purpose and role to organizational strategies. Participants learn how to guide actions, add energy, and provide long-term perspective.