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Greenleaf in 1970 with the publication of his classicessay, The Servant as Leader.

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Robert Greenleaf was considered a pioneer for modern servant leadership

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Servant Leadership was first described in 1970 by in his essay “Servant as Leader”, but made popular by such authors as Ken Blanchard and Stephen Covey. I love his definition:

Greenleaf: Servant Leadership: A Journey Into Legitimate Power and Greatness

Greenleaf wrote the book Servant Leadership (Paulist Press, 1977) in which he proposed that a leader a true leader who is trusted by followers is a servant first.

It was in that essay that he coined thewords “servant-leader” and “servant leadership.” Greenleaf defined theservant-leader as follows: