Servant leaderships, most pressing role is to assist the staff in their journey to achieve the needs they personally have and any interests or career ambitions. This leader puts their own personal longings, to the back choosing to put staffs wants and needs first.
More importantly this type of leader sees more profit in being of use to others, instead of focusing on their personal aspirations. There main obligation is to guide and nurture the personnel of the business.
Servant leaders believe that personal are most important. This belief is what drives, these leaders to steadily make the staff more experienced and knowledgeable as individuals. The result of this should produce staff are more prosperous within the organisation. Servant leaders find ways to encourage and motivate their employees for good performance (Fletcher, 1999).
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The differences between these leadership styles is that servant leadership encourage staff and acts as a guide to them, Authentic leadership however authentic leaders inspire the staff to reach goal on their own with little guidance.
Many academics have put their own opinion forward on which leadership style is better, Marose (1998), states explicitly the servant leadership is a tool in order to make the company profitable and Berry et al, (1994) agrees with Marose by suggesting that delivering excellence service requires a special form of leadership called `Servant leadership`. However, the American association of critical care nurses disagreed with both Berry and Marose instead they believe that Authentic leadership is so important that they choose to included authentic leadership as one of the six standards necessary for established and sustaining healthy work environments (AACN, 2005).