Research demonstrates the benefits associated with practicing servant leadership.
Results include increased:
- service excellence
- turnover intentions
- negative workplace behaviors.2
For these reasons, organizations led by servant leaders financially outperform businesses and organizations led by traditional leadership styles.1
The Leadership Coaching Process
Leaders who seek to serve others through their leadership will want to consider leadership coaching that promotes servant leadership.
We start with a complementary conversation that explores your interest in servant leadership. This conversation helps us get to know each other better and determine if there is a good fit.
Upon concluding there is a good fit, the next step is to engage in a longer discovery session. This conversation helps me get to know you, your situation, and your context better, and the goals you have associated with developing as a leader.
After the discovery session, we formalize the agreement and begin the standard coaching sessions, which are currently being conducted virtually.
Coaching sessions are bi-monthly and last about an hour. The first forty-five minutes is a standard coaching session, where you will be coached on a topic of your choice.
During the last fifteen minutes, we will explore servant leadership concepts: the fundamental mindsets, the developmental mind shifts, and the servant leadership principles and disciplines.
This approach allows you to focus on your current challenges while developing servant leadership skills.
We recommend that leaders assess their leadership before the coaching sessions start. Their results help leaders determine where they want to focus and provide a baseline for measuring improvement. Leaders can choose to take self-assessments of their:
1) organization’s health,
2) leadership, and/or
3) leadership and management strengths.
I offer six, nine, and twelve month contracts, with an option to renew.