Servant Leadership, Social Entrepreneurship and the Will to Serve : Spiritual Foundations and Business Applications /
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Servant Leadership, Social Entrepreneurship and the Will to Serve : Spiritual Foundations and Business Applications /

This book brings together a number of important essays on the intersection of servant leadership and social entrepreneurship, examining them through a shared focus on 'the will to serve. This combination bears out the insight that inspiring social and economic leaders are able to transform a co...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Bouckaert, Luk, 1941- (Editor), Heuvel, Steven C. van den (Editor)
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]
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Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1: The Will to Serve: An Anthropological and Spiritual Foundation for Leadership
  • Chapter 2: Reading Exodus 18 and Robert Greenleaf
  • Chapter 3: Servant Leadership Beyond Servant and Leader: A Buddhist Perspective on the Theory and Practice of Servant Leadership
  • Chapter 4: Ipseistic Ethics Beyond Moralism: Rooting the "Will to Serve" In "The Reverence for Life"
  • Chapter 5: Simone Weil and a Critical Will to Serve.-Chapter 6: The Dark Side of Servant Leadership: Power Abuse via Serving
  • Chapter 7: Christianity and Servant Leadership
  • Chapter 8: Protecting the Weak and Creating Community
  • Chapter 9: Foundations for Social Entrepreneurship: An Integrative Indian Perspective
  • Chapter 10: Workplace Spirituality in Social Entrepreneurship: Motivation for Serving the Common Good
  • Chapter 11: Mindful Servant Leadership for B-Corps
  • Chapter 12: The Religious Leader as Social Entrepreneur
  • Chapter 13: Serving the Poor: The Case of the EoC Enterprise 'Mercurio Net
  • Chapter 14: Servant Leadership in Market-Oriented Organizations, does that Make Sense? An Evaluation from an Economic-Organization Theory Perspective
  • Chapter 15: The Importance of Calling in Realization of Life Projects: The Case of Maverick and Serial-entrepreneur Hans Nielsen Hauge with Implications for Business Education
  • Chapter 16: Rethinking Fashion Retail: The Case of MrSale
  • Chapter 17: Aldous Huxleys Anarchist Entrepreneurship Based on Spiritual Capital
  • Chapter 18: John Wesley: Prophet and Entrepreneur.