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We are pleased to note the revival of IJED under the editorship of Dr. Ed Martin. See the attached for the journal's mission statement and guidelines for submissions.
Call for papers - JHHSA
Community- and home-based healthcare is a growing phenomenon. While service delivery programs are expanding, our knowledge of the impacts is incomplete. See the attached call for paper for more information.
Congratulations to Peter van der Hoek, 2013 recipient of SECoPA's Senator Peter B. Boorsma award in recognition of Peter's many years of work facilitating the international exchange of knowledge and practice in the public sector.
Servant Leadership: A Manifestation of Post Materialism
Author: LORI RIVERSTONE
Published in GVER, Vol. 5 No. 3
Servant Leadership has been brewing since the 1970s
and has recently emerged in public administration as a
postmodern alternative to traditional and modern leadership theories. Infused with notions of morality and interdependency, service and exchange, Servant Leadership rejects dependence
and independence as possibilities for the workplace and chooses
interdependence instead (Cunningham, 2002). At the 2002 Southeastern Conference for Public Administration, Bob Cunningham chaired a roundtable on Servant Leadership which drew a large crowd, many of whom were acquainted with the
subject and interested in locating resources to learn more. But why is Servant Leadership on the rise now?