Servant-Leadership: First to Serve, then to Lead
Ten related characterisitcs are presented.
Relevance to educational organizations is clearly explained with concrete examples. Relevant to all those in educational settings.
||Servant-Leadership, Democratic Schools, Transformational Leaders
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp.13-18.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 795.359KB).
Dr. Carolyn Crippen, Ph.D. is Assist. Dean of the Post Baccaluareate Program (700 students) in the Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba, Canada. She is a former Superintendent of Schools and has taught or administered from Junior Kindergarten to university graduate level. Dr. Crippen's area of research is servant-leadership. She has presented schloarly papers at the Universities of Oxford, Iceland, Nebraska, Penn State, and at AERA. Dr. Crippen is particularly interested in gender issues in administration; teacher education and leadership; and school board governance. She works extensively with educational stakeholders in the Province of Manitoba and established a Leadership Academy in central Manitoba.
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