Visit the “Competitive Advantages” page of the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership website at https://www.greenleaf.org/winning-workplaces/workplace-resources/research-studies/competitive-advantages/ and review the articles indicating ways that servant leadership helps organizations gain competitive advantage. Using that information along with the Topic Materials, discuss how servant leadership contributes to competitive advantage in contemporary organizations. Provide specific industry examples of companies that have thrived as servant leaders.

Visit the “Competitive Advantages” page of the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership website at https://www.greenleaf.org/winning-workplaces/workplace-resources/research-studies/competitive-advantages/ and review the articles indicating ways that servant leadership helps organizations gain competitive advantage. Using that information along with the Topic Materials, discuss how servant leadership contributes to competitive advantage in contemporary organizations. Provide specific industry examples of companies that have thrived as servant leaders.

 

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A servant leader takes some extra time of theirs to empower the organizations culture that will make the employees have good ethics and thus offer good services. It will be helpful to the employees as they would be able to produce more because there will be a culture to focus thus would improve the profitability of the organization, and eventually improving the competitive advantage of the company.

A servant leader shows respect to employees and by this way the employees get motivated to give the organization a good reputation assisting it to gain competitive. For instance, in a customer care organization, the manager should show respect to the employee showing servant leadership by providing the understanding the employee.

Servant leaders always put their people in the first place. Treating the employees with honesty, integrity, and care and encouraging them time to time. For instance, in a customer relations organization, the manager is required to give its employees the correct information about the organization so that they can forward the correct information to the clients in order to improve the competitive advantage.

A servant leader has a strong belief that success of an organization can be achieved by the contribution of every person in the organization. Thus, the servant leader will make strong teams that will cooperate and eventually would make the business unique those other competitors

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