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Servant Leadership To Greatness: Challenge To Lead Leaders Of Future Generation

Volume 4 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition
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Emiliana M. Roxas
Leadership framework, servant leadership, leader, supervisors
This study aimed at uncovering the themes and sub-themes from the insights gathered on the understanding of the participants on the concept of leadership as well as their experiences of being a leader to identify servant leadership framework. With the use of qualitative research design and face-to-face interview, the data were gathered from two (2) participants who are public schools district supervisors in Batangas Division. Findings revealed that there were four phases of leadership concepts among the participants. They have not used servant leadership framework. Servant leadership showcase the significance of attaining the expected qualities through nourishing the various aspects that builds the right conducts a servant leader must achieve.
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