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    Servant Leadership: A Road to High Performance

    Servant leadership is one of the most talked about yet least critically examined leadership philosophies. This paper aims at providing evidence to examine servant leadership theory which seems to have posed to take its place as another popular leadership theory appealing to emotions but holding little weight among those who seek empirical evidence that it is a viable and applicable theory of leadership. If servant leadership is to truly flourish as a viable theory of leadership, there must be more empirical research conducted and alternate personification examples of successful implementation. Although there is still room for objective, deductively driven, quantitative, methodological research of servant leadership, other more "interesting” historical troves still exist, as well as biographical accounts of past and present servant leaders among us, and from whom there is much we can learn. 


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