There are two kinds of leaders: the me first leader and the servant first leader.
Me first leader
The me first leader is focused on what he or she gets from being in charge. Their leadership role often originates in a title or authority delegated to them by others. They are often motivated by power, authority, or material things. They put their personal success ahead of the group’s success.
Servant first leader
The servant first leader may or may not hold a formal leadership position. Servant-leadership encourages collaboration, trust, foresight, listening, and the ethical use of power and empowerment.
The servant leader first puts the success of the entire group ahead of his or her personal success. The servant leader is not successful unless the group is first successful. The servant leader is not necessarily in charge. He or she isn’t required to hold a position of authority. The servant leader doesn’t seek recognition or a title. The servant leader strives to add value to the people and organization without seeking recognition.
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