The secular view of power is easy to understand, look at any corporation or business.

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Over time, I believe I have developed a consistent and successful leadership strategy. A servant leader has the ability to recognize and understand the feelings and emotions that are experienced by their team. I believe empathy is one of the strongest traits of a servant leader. For me, I want to know my staff, both professionally and personally. I want to know their strengths, as well as their weaknesses. I want to know them personally because their personal life can often affect their professional life. I also believe I share a strong sense of openness with my team. In too many organizations it is accepted that the truth is not told, or is actively hidden, from employees. By keeping them informed on all decisions when that may affect them when appropriate, you are far more likely to maintain their buy-in and trust. I never want my team to feel as if I’m withholding information that may be potentially harmful to the team environment. Most importantly, I strive to cultivate a culture of trust within my organization and the nurses I serve. Trust is crucial in servant leadership. It is important that employees know and trust the leader. With no trust, there is no growth, only discontentment.

Serving differs greatly from the secular view of power. The secular view of power is easy to understand, look at any corporation or business. Those that are in power have a title with a great deal of authority. That power allows them to rule over individuals. The goal of getting in power is not having to serve the people around you (Brown, 2016). Serving others in servant leadership means the leader becomes the server. The leader puts his or her team’s needs above their own and helps the team develop and perform as highly as possible. In short, servant leadership principles emphasize facilitation and helping employees grow and harness their maximum potential, empowering both individual team members and the company to be successful (Lindsey, 2019).

Original Question:

How do you serve others in the profession of nursing? Explain how the way you serve others in the profession of nursing could become more closely aligned with the issue of serving as explained by the servant-leadership paradigm. How does the issue of serving differ from the secular view of power?

 

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