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Greenleaf's "best test" of servant leadership: A multi-level analysis

Robert W Hayden, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Abstract

This study empirically tests Robert Greenleaf’s (1970) seminal articulation of servant leadership. The four personal outcomes he theorized (health, wisdom, freedom-autonomy, and service orientation) were tested against established dimensions of servant leadership. All correlations were significant and positive. Using multilevel analysis, the predictive strength of these servant leadership dimensions were assessed at two levels within an organization, and explained. Implications and future direction of research were discussed. ^

Subject Area

Business Administration, Management|Psychology, Behavioral Sciences|Sociology, Organization Theory

Recommended Citation

Hayden, Robert W, "Greenleaf's "best test" of servant leadership: A multi-level analysis" (2011). ETD collection for University of Nebraska - Lincoln. AAI3466246.
http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/dissertations/AAI3466246

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