For this Week Field Interview Project. you are to hold conversations with 2 to 3 people in your network who you know to be committed to and involved in their communities. However, whether as social activists or people who simply “role of their sleeves”. This is to help and serve others regardless of what is needed (providing food, shelter, advocacy, justice, due process, etc.).
How could leaders and managers in their organizations bring their skillset to help in their communities? Specially, because leaders and managers have talent, skills, and experience in working with groups of people to move toward a common or shared goal. Also can you think of specific ways the talents of these leaders and managers could be helpful in their communities to address issues and challenges?
What impact does # 2 above have on those leaders and manager. Therefore, who after establishing a pattern/habit of working in their communities, return to their organizations. How do their experinece impact their organizations? Finally, provide a summary of how this Field Research project has impacted not only how you think about Servant Leadership. But also how you might identify new avenues of community involvement that would allow you to bring your professional skillset. Therefore, to others and, in that process, allow you to provide an example of Servant Leadership.
Field Interviews are to have a cover page, references page, and between 2.5– to – 3 pages of written narrative (this page total does not include the cover page and references page). The student is strongly encouraged to keep the Turnitin “similarity index” at or below the recommended level which for these papers is 15%. All papers must adhere to the APA writing guidelines found in the syllabus and clarified through the APA writing style at: http://www.apastyle.org/
Spears, L. & Lawrence M. (2004). Practicing servant leadership: Succeeding through trust, bravery, and forgiveness. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.