Servant Leadership

what is servant-leadershipThere are leaders you have to follow, and then there are leaders you want to follow. Pa’s keynote speech on “Servant Leadership” introduces businesses to a popular and growing trend in leadership. Originally developed in the 1970s, the servant leadership model has evolved over the years to address the needs of the modern workspace.

Pa brings his experience as a high-ranking professional in a large and successful organization, along with his unique brand of leadership, to help businesses foster a culture that encourages excellence at the helm.Aligned with the servant leadership model, Pa shows businesses how to replace traditional and antiquated command and control models with an approach that is more attuned to the needs of team-members.

Businesses that promote and develop servant leadership skills benefit from a low-pressure, high-output work culture that permeates every department, process and operation. The servant leadership model takes considerable stress out of leadership, as managers don’t have to preoccupy themselves with

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appearing authoritative. It tones down the rigid work environment characteristic of leadership models that condense power at the top.Subordinates feel appreciated and looked-after, and perform better in a stress-freeenvironment. Implementing a servant leadership model also opens up new avenues for solutions and ideas, as team-members know their input is valued, and actively contribute to the overarching goals of the team.

At Pa’s “Servant Leadership” keynote speech, managers and leaders learn the fundamentals of an evolving leadership model, and how to customize and apply the concepts for each business’s unique needs. Pa shares case studies and concepts from the forefront of leadership research to give you invaluable insights on designing and implementing a servant leadership model that’s tailored for you.


Be the likeable leader everyone looks up to and turns to. Not because they have to, but because they want to. Motivate and inspire your people, whether in a professional, personal or social setting, to get the best results with no friction. Learn how to lead by example and set the tone from the top for peak performance.

Pa Joof