FIVE CORE VALUES: SERVANT LEADERSHIP
Servant leadership - Serving the greater good:
Servant leadership encourages individuals to serve others while staying focused on achieving results in line with the organization's values. This core value demonstrates both internal and external character. In an athletic setting a team's chances for success are increased when its members become servant-leaders. A team made up of servant-leaders trusts their coach to make the best decision for the team. Whether you are the star of the team or the person that makes the star better each and everyday in practice your role is important. Understanding the role you play on the team and accepting that role demonstrates servant-leadership. Core value traits include but are not limited to the following:
- LEADERSHIP: Steers others toward a positive conclusion
- SERVANTHOOD: Cares for and meets the needs of others before caring for self.
- INITIATIVE: Recognizes and does what needs to be done before he/she is asked to do it.
- SELFLESS: Gives without expectations of personal glory.
- DECISIVE: Learns to finalize difficult decisions on the basis of what is right, not popular or tempting.
Servant Leadership Activities
Servant Leadership in Action
Servant Leadership Teambuilding