Servant-Leadership and Community: Humanistic Perspectives from Pope John XXIII and Robert K. Greenleaf
Dung Q. Tran () and
Larry C. Spears ()
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Dung Q. Tran: Gonzaga University
Larry C. Spears: Gonzaga University
Humanistic Management Journal, 2020, vol. 5, issue 1, No 8, 117-131
Abstract The aim of this paper is to show the relationship between John XXIII and Robert K. Greenleaf’s understanding of leadership. By taking into consideration Greenleaf’s theory of servant-leadership – from conceptualization to model development (Eva et al. 2019) – and Larry Spears’ (1995) influential rubric of ten servant-leadership characteristics, we will show how servant-leadership theory goes in line with that of John XXIII when both are based on a notion of the common good and human dignity.
Keywords: Leadership; Robert K. Greenleaf; John XXIII; Community; Common good; Servant-leadership (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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