Catholic institutions of higher learning are charged with the formation of a significant number of privileged students, who received an advanced degree worldwide. All colleges and universities of Catholic identity, especially its presidents and leadership, would gain to reflect on servant leadership from a Vincentian perspective, What must be done? How must it be done? A Catholic college creates a faith-filled climate where the presence of the Spirit deepens the communion with the entire community, city, state, and beyond. A growing leadership philosophy is based on Greenleaf’s Servant Leadership, where the behaviors and practices emphasize the well-being of those being served. Suggestions and practical examples are offered as an encouragement towards praxis from the reader.
Fitzpatrick, Margaret M.
"Servant Leadership in Catholic Institutions of Higher Education,"
Journal of Vincentian Social Action: Vol. 7:
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholar.stjohns.edu/jovsa/vol7/iss1/9
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