Examine Servant Leadership as a leadership style and understand the concept and benefits.
There are many different leadership styles, one of which is Servant Leadership. As a servant leader, you’re a “servant first.” Servant leaders focus on the needs of others before their own. They acknowledge other people’s perspectives and give them the support they need to meet their work and personal goals. In this course we will explain Servant Leadership as a leadership style, describe the skills and characteristics that Servant Leaders need, and discuss how to apply this leadership style to your personal practice.Register Now
Approximately 15 hoursUp to 3 months to complete coursework
Ways to Learn
1 PDUGraduate Level Professional Development Credits
Access textbooks and course materials completely online - no materials required.
Move at your own pace as your schedule allows – no specific start times or dates.
Need help with an assignment? Submit your questions directly to the instructor for quick replies.
This course features interactive assignments and authentic assessments.
Explore how course content connects to the workplace using real-world case studies.
Upon successful mastery of this course, you will be able to:
- Define Servant Leadership
- Describe the skills associated with Servant Leadership
- Apply a Servant Leadership to your own leadership practice
You may be eligible for tuition reimbursement, check with your
employer to see if you qualify.
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