So why do we struggle with servant-leadership?
Generally speaking, our society believes that leadership means standing on a platform, sitting on a board of directors, making critical decisions, or having a business card with your name on it.
Leadership is actually any contribution that supports the passion, mission, and vision of an organization. In this regard, a school custodian is just as important as the school principal. Leadership is about contribution, not position. So the question is: do you contribute?
Let’s stop chasing power and begin chasing responsibility, because if serving is beneath you, leadership is beyond you.
M Group Comments: …and those that disagree will eventually learn that pride comes before the fall, so don’t worry about those who disagree with this statement.
Thank you Eric V. Hampton.