Whitepaper: Winning Leadership (a serving Leader)

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Whitepaper: Winning Leadership (a serving Leader)

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“What makes a good leader?” I was asked across a dinner table. To answer this you need to understand what makes a serving leader. You need to acquire the qualities and character that make people want to follow you over “the top of the trenches”.

I have been exploring leadership for some time. As a disciple of Peter Drucker I have read nearly all of his work, and I have spent much time interpreting of the exploits of modern-day leaders such as Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric and comparing their styles to historic leaders such as Sir Winston Churchill, Horatio Nelson, and Sir Ernest Shackleton.

Shackleton is arguably one of the greatest serving leaders ever and provides the backbone of this simple leadership model. He looked after the comforts of the team.  He was a mother hen. He genuinely cared for his team members as if they were his own flesh and blood. He saw a leader as one who served rather than one who was served. He dutifully took his turn performing the most menial of chores and expected his leadership team to do the same. He was “a Viking with a mother’s heart.”

Having studied these leaders I realized that one is unlikely to succeed unless you have built your foundation stones well enough, learned the lessons and put into practice the traits of a serving leader.

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Why you need this paper:

  • It takes more effort to be a poor or incompetent leader than it does to be a successful one. This is your guide to the easy road.
  • You haven’t the time to disseminate all the information from all the great leaders, both past and present – I have spent much time over the last 10 years doing this for you.
  • This paper is about creating a change in your leadership, it includes a 13 week reminder which will help this change process.
  • Leaving a legacy defines who we are and what we have achieved. The paper will introduce you to techniques that will have a profound impact on all your staff.
  • The winning traits of Jack Welch, Peter Drucker, Sir Ernest Shakleton, Sir Winston Churchill, and other successful leaders have been incorporated in this paper. These traits, if copied, will get you noticed for the right reasons – you will be earmarked for the fast track to success.