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LTP E 3-4: Servant Leadership as a Citizen

Rev 1 Sep 2015

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Training ObjectiveTasks: Report on successes and challenges of carrying out personal servant leadership

plan.Articulate the connection between values and ethical leadership.Identify ways citizens can be servant leaders.Apply ethical servant leadership to a case.Condition: 50-minute classroom training sessionStandard: Successful completion of Ethics in Action

LDRS 201 Final

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Applicability to Cadet LifeServant Leadership3

You have now had four classes on the definition of and importance of servant leadership. We have talked about the theme of the sophomore year—to serve.Pair up with another cadet and discuss the following; then be prepared to share with the whole group:

How effective you were at carrying out your personal servant leadership

plan (or, how successful were you at servant leadership this school year)?

What were your successes or challenges?

How would you connect the theme of serving others to the three core values of Honor, Duty, and Respect

?Slide4

Discuss each question in small groups and then as a whole:*What is the connection between your values and ethical leadership?*What do you need to become a more effective, ethical leader?

*What skills do you have or need to acquire?*How can you help others be their “best selves”?Applicability to Cadet Life Servant LeadershipSlide5

Applicability to Cadet LifeBest SelvesYou must believe that:

Every person has value and deserves respect (Edmonds, 2014). All people are capable of accomplishing much when they are inspired by their leader (Edmonds, 2014).5

Edmonds, S. C. (2014). The culture engine: A framework for driving results, inspiring your employees,

and

transforming your workplace. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

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Five Practices of Servant Leaders6

Edmonds, S. C. (2014). The culture engine: A framework for driving results, inspiring your employees, and transforming your workplace. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

“Clarify and reinforce” the need to serve others (Edmonds, 2014, p. 67).

“Listen intently and observe closely” (Edmonds, 2014, p. 67).

“Act as selfless mentors” (Edmonds, 2014, p. 68).

“Demonstrate persistence” (Edmonds, 2014, p. 68).

“Lovingly hold themselves and others accountable for their commitments” (Edmonds, 2014, p. 68

).

Applicability to Cadet Life

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ETHICAL LEADERSHIP

RespectsOthersShows Justice

Serves Others

Manifests Honesty

Builds Community

Northouse

, P. G. (2000).

Leadership: Theory and practice

(4

th

ed.). Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Publications.

(

Northouse

, 2000, p. 431)Slide8

Applicability to Cadet Life Service and Servant Leadership

For the past several years, Citadel cadets on Leadership Day have performed excellent service to the community.The Citadel established this program to help cadets to begin thinking about how they can lead by serving others. Slide9

Applicability to Cadet Life Examples of Servant Leadership as a Citizen

ServiceMember of a Community WatchMember of the

PTA

Volunteering

at a soup

kitchen

Donating

money to a

charity

Picking

up litter when you see it

Servant Leadership

Community

Watch

Captain

Officer

in the

PTA

Organizing

a food drive to stock a soup

kitchen

Chairing

a fund raiser for a

charity

Being

the team leader of a group on a beach clean-up daySlide10

Factual InformationCharleston County Community Service Organizations

American Red Cross - helps those in need of assistanceBe a Mentor Initiative - connects kids with adult mentorsBridge of Hope

- offers afterschool programs for children, GED programs for adults

Charleston Jaycees

- leadership development and community involvement opportunities for young professionals

Charleston Miracle League

- baseball teams for children with physical and mental challenges

Charleston Peace

- social and environmental activism group

Charleston Port and Seafarers’ Society

- assisting international crews while they are in port

Tricounty

Blue Star Mothers

- supporting America’s active troops and veterans

Windwood

Farm Home for Children

- therapeutic intervention for abused and neglected boys

WINGS for Kids

- social and emotional learning after

schoolSlide11

Applicability to Cadet Life Group Activity: First Sergeant “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.”

—Abraham LincolnDiscuss the following your small group and be prepared to share:If First Sergeants are there to serve others, not themselves, how can a cadet in this position uphold “the tradition” while remaining humble and respectful?Slide12

Applicability to Post Graduation LifeServant leaders are ethical leaders who build communities by advancing the collective good.

As Citadel graduates, seek not just to serve but to servant lead.“Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.” –President John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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13"The character that takes command in moments of crucial choices has already been determined by a thousand other choices made earlier in seemingly unimportant moments. It has been determined by all the 'little' choices of the past--by all those times when the voice of conscience was at war with the voice of temptation, [which was] whispering the lie that 'it really doesn't matter.' It has been determined by all the day-to-day decisions made when life seemed easy and crises seemed far

away…” – President Ronald ReaganReagan, R. W. (1993). The character that takes command. Retrieved from http://www.wisdomcommons.org/wisbits/

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