Is a leadership principle embedded in a way of life, which has been recognized and expounded upon in all parts of the world from ancient times on, and across all cultures. At its simplest, Servant-Leadership is driven by the motivation of enabling others to work more effectively and be successful.
The Servant-Leadership Centre for Research and Education originated from an active group of researchers and practitioners at amongst others the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Greenleaf Centre Europe and THTConsulting. During the last two decades fundamental research on dilemma reconciliation in organizations demonstrated the key role of servant-leaders.
For more information about the history and mission of SERVUS and upcoming events, see the SERVUS webpages on the website of the School of Business and Economics.
SERVUS offers the following programme for professionals and executives:
Servant Leadership Research Programme
In response to the growing number of leadership failures in almost all industries, business and society seek leaders who set aside self-interest for the betterment of their followers and organizations. This programme explores servant-leadership in a historical and cross-cultural perspective, and develops leaders' professional and personal leadership capacities.