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  • Maintaining community in the face of conflict, negotiating healthy interpersonal dynamics, and striving intentionally for an equitable distribution of power are all tenets of servant-leadership, a conceptually simple philosophy: those who lead, serve. Breaking away from traditional models of hierarchical authority, servant-leaders facilitate the livelihood of their group by assessing their specific needs, by sharing not just responsibilities and tasks, but also the larger vision and mission, and by providing a secure and welcoming environment to foster open, dynamic conversation.

    Join me as I have a conversation about servant leadership with Mark Elberfeld, President of the Gabriel Center for Servant Leadership.