Christian Worldview: Servant Leadership

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Servant leadership is not the only leadership theory that is compatible with the Christian worldview. Others Christian-compatible leadership principles include Transformational Leadership Theory. Northouse (2016) states transformational changes and transforms people. The theory concern with emotions, values, ethics, standards, and goals while assessing followers’ motives, satisfying followers’ needs, and treating members’ as full human beings. Leader-Member Exchange Theory (LMX). This theory makes the dyadic relationship between leaders and followers the focal point of the leadership process. Path-Goal Theory. This approach emphasizes the link between the leader, followers’ behaviors, and that of the organization, making the path clear to promote a satisfying work environment. Authentic Leadership Theory. This approach focuses on the interpersonal process that emerges from the interactions between leaders and followers. Authentic leadership is a reciprocal process because leaders affect members and members influence leaders. Transactional Leadership Theory. This approach emphasizes equitable exchange between the leader and the follower based on honesty and trust. …show more content…

(Matthew 20:26–28). It is sad commentary in the world today that we have many leaders but very few servants. Many people want to “exercise authority,” but only a few want to serve. We should have an attitude to be like Christ’s in that we recognize others better than ourselves and do nothing out of vanity or selfishness. Rather, we must look out for the interests of another, and this means every leader is a

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