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Who Are The Enemies Of Varaibim Hau Cheong?

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1) Those Enemies Who Want To Create Weapons Bombs Traps.

2) Those Enemies Who Want To Create Negativities.

3) Those Enemies Who Are Liars Who Want To Create Lies & Who Refuse To Say The Truths.

4) Those Enemies Who Want To Fight All The Time.

5) Those Enemies Who Are Addicts Who Want To Create Addictions.

6) Those Enemies Who Are Thieves Who Want To Steal.

7) Those Enemies Who Want To Give Problems To Varaibim Hau Cheong.

8) Those Enemies Who Want To Delay Varaibim’s Powers Awakenings.

9) Those Enemies Who Want To Gamble & Bet With Varaibim’s Money.

10) Those Enemies Who Want To Impoverish Varaibim Hau Cheong.

11) Those Enemies Who Refuse To Give Up Power & Control & Who Refuse To Surrender.

12) Those Enemies Who Attacked & Who Want To Attack Varaibim Hau Cheong.

13) Those Enemies Who Want To Control Varaibim Hau Cheong.

14) Those Enemies Who Bully Too Much All The Time.
 
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1) Those Enemies Who Want To Create Weapons Bombs Traps.

2) Those Enemies Who Want To Create Negativities.

3) Those Enemies Who Are Liars Who Want To Create Lies & Who Refuse To Say The Truths.

4) Those Enemies Who Want To Fight Too Much & Argue Too Much.

5) Those Enemies Who Are Addicts Who Want To Create Addictions.

6) Those Enemies Who Are Thieves Who Want To Steal.

7) Those Enemies Who Want To Give Problems To Varaibim Hau Cheong.

8) Those Enemies Who Want To Delay Varaibim’s Powers Awakenings.

9) Those Enemies Who Want To Gamble & Bet With Varaibim’s Money.

10) Those Enemies Who Want To Impoverish Varaibim Hau Cheong.

11) Those Enemies Who Refuse To Give Up Power & Control & Who Refuse To Surrender.

12) Those Enemies Who Attacked & Who Want To Attack Varaibim Hau Cheong.

13) Those Enemies Who Want To Control Varaibim Hau Cheong.

14) Those Enemies Who Bully Too Much & Who Ostracize Too Much.

15) Those Enemies Who Give Problems To Varaibim’s Channellings & Other Humans’ Channellings & Other Aliens’ Channellings & All Manners Of All Forms Of All Channellings Eg. Using Copycat Channellings.

16) Those Enemies Who Use Minds-Controls Too Much.

17) Those Enemies Who Fear Too Much.

18) Those Enemies Who Are Lazy & Don’t Try Hard Enough.

19) Those Enemies Who Are Lazy & Don’t Work Hard Enough.

20) Those Enemies Who Are Too Rude & Too Impolite & Too Sarcastic.

21) Those Enemies Who Are Impatient & Cannot Wait.

22) Those Enemies Who Are Too Choosy.

23) Those Enemies Who Are Unbalanced & Who Are Out Of Balance.

24) Those Enemies Who Refuse To Be Responsible & Take Responsibility For Everything All The Time.

25) Those Enemies Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Laws & Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Orders & Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Edicts & Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Judgements.

26) Those Enemies Who Challenge Too Much Especially Those Enemies Who Challenge Varaibim Hau Cheong.

27) Those Enemies Who Want To Attack & Defeat & Override Varaibim’s Desires & Varaibim’s Plans & Varaibim’s Ideas & VARAIBIM’S IMAGINATIONS & All The Like.

28) Those Enemies Who Fail To Focus & Who Fail To Talk About The Main Points & Who Beat Around The Bush.


29) Those Enemies Who Are Pessimists & Who Fail To Utilise Potentials.

All Manners Of All Forms Of All Enemies Who Committed The Above Sins Will Never Qualify For Any & All Manners Of Any & All Forms Of MVPs Most Valuable Players.

All Manners Of All Forms Of All VCI Varaibim’s Characters Imaginations Are Enemies Who Committed The Above Sins & Who Will Never Qualify For Any & All Manners Of Any & All Forms Of MVPs Most Valuable Players.
 
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1) Those Enemies Who Want To Create Weapons Bombs Traps.

2) Those Enemies Who Want To Create Negativities.

3) Those Enemies Who Are Liars Who Want To Create Lies & Who Refuse To Say The Truths.

4) Those Enemies Who Want To Fight Too Much & Argue Too Much.

5) Those Enemies Who Are Addicts Who Want To Create Addictions.

6) Those Enemies Who Are Thieves Who Want To Steal.

7) Those Enemies Who Want To Give Problems To Varaibim Hau Cheong.

8) Those Enemies Who Want To Delay Varaibim’s Powers Awakenings.

9) Those Enemies Who Want To Gamble & Bet With Varaibim’s Money.

10) Those Enemies Who Want To Impoverish Varaibim Hau Cheong.

11) Those Enemies Who Refuse To Give Up Power & Control & Who Refuse To Surrender.

12) Those Enemies Who Attacked & Who Want To Attack Varaibim Hau Cheong.

13) Those Enemies Who Want To Control Varaibim Hau Cheong.

14) Those Enemies Who Bully Too Much & Who Ostracize Too Much.

15) Those Enemies Who Give Problems To Varaibim’s Channellings & Other Humans’ Channellings & Other Aliens’ Channellings & All Manners Of All Forms Of All Channellings Eg. Using Copycat Channellings.

16) Those Enemies Who Use Minds-Controls Too Much.

17) Those Enemies Who Fear Too Much.

18) Those Enemies Who Are Lazy & Don’t Try Hard Enough.

19) Those Enemies Who Are Lazy & Don’t Work Hard Enough.

20) Those Enemies Who Are Too Rude & Too Impolite & Too Sarcastic.

21) Those Enemies Who Are Impatient & Cannot Wait.

22) Those Enemies Who Are Too Choosy.

23) Those Enemies Who Are Unbalanced & Who Are Out Of Balance.

24) Those Enemies Who Refuse To Be Responsible & Take Responsibility For Everything All The Time.

25) Those Enemies Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Laws & Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Orders & Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Edicts & Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Judgements.

26) Those Enemies Who Challenge Too Much Especially Those Enemies Who Challenge Varaibim Hau Cheong.

27) Those Enemies Who Want To Attack & Defeat & Override Varaibim’s Desires & Varaibim’s Plans & Varaibim’s Ideas & VARAIBIM’S IMAGINATIONS & All The Like.

28) Those Enemies Who Fail To Focus & Who Fail To Talk About The Main Points & Who Beat Around The Bush.


29) Those Enemies Who Are Pessimists & Who Fail To Utilise Potentials.
 
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1) Those Enemies Who Want To Create Weapons Bombs Traps.

2) Those Enemies Who Want To Create Negativities.

3) Those Enemies Who Are Liars Who Want To Create Lies & Who Refuse To Say The Truths.

4) Those Enemies Who Want To Fight Too Much & Argue Too Much.

5) Those Enemies Who Are Addicts Who Want To Create Addictions.

6) Those Enemies Who Are Thieves Who Want To Steal.

7) Those Enemies Who Want To Give Problems To Varaibim Hau Cheong.

8) Those Enemies Who Want To Delay Varaibim’s Powers Awakenings.

9) Those Enemies Who Want To Gamble & Bet With Varaibim’s Money.

10) Those Enemies Who Want To Impoverish Varaibim Hau Cheong.

11) Those Enemies Who Refuse To Give Up Power & Control & Who Refuse To Surrender.

12) Those Enemies Who Attacked & Who Want To Attack Varaibim Hau Cheong.

13) Those Enemies Who Want To Control Varaibim Hau Cheong.

14) Those Enemies Who Bully Too Much & Who Ostracize Too Much.

15) Those Enemies Who Give Problems To Varaibim’s Channellings & Other Humans’ Channellings & Other Aliens’ Channellings & All Manners Of All Forms Of All Channellings Eg. Using Copycat Channellings.

16) Those Enemies Who Use Minds-Controls Too Much.

17) Those Enemies Who Fear Too Much.

18) Those Enemies Who Are Lazy & Don’t Try Hard Enough.

19) Those Enemies Who Are Lazy & Don’t Work Hard Enough.

20) Those Enemies Who Are Too Rude & Too Impolite & Too Sarcastic.

21) Those Enemies Who Are Impatient & Cannot Wait.

22) Those Enemies Who Are Too Choosy.

23) Those Enemies Who Are Unbalanced & Who Are Out Of Balance.

24) Those Enemies Who Refuse To Be Responsible & Take Responsibility For Everything All The Time.

25) Those Enemies Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Laws & Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Orders & Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Edicts & Who Refuse To Obey Varaibim’s Judgements.

26) Those Enemies Who Challenge Too Much Especially Those Enemies Who Challenge Varaibim Hau Cheong.

27) Those Enemies Who Want To Attack & Defeat & Override Varaibim’s Desires & Varaibim’s Plans & Varaibim’s Ideas & VARAIBIM’S IMAGINATIONS & All The Like.

28) Those Enemies Who Fail To Focus & Who Fail To Talk About The Main Points & Who Beat Around The Bush.


29) Those Enemies Who Are Pessimists & Who Fail To Utilise Potentials.

30) Those Enemies Who Are Kiasu & Who Are Afraid To Lose.

31) Those Enemies Who Do Not Keep Quiet & Who Make Noise.

32) Those Enemies Who Do Not Have A Sense Of Humour & Who Do Not Know How To Laugh At Themselves.

33) Those Enemies Who Do Not Change Themselves For The Better.

34) Those Enemies Who Complain.
 
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1) Those Codes Who Are Over-Studious Scholars Who Study Too Much Without Taking Actions On Their Studies.

2) Those Codes Who Are Liars Who Want To Create Lies & Who Refuse To Say The Truths.

3) Those Codes Who Want To Fight Too Much & Argue Too Much.

4) Those Codes Who Refuse To Give Up Power & Control & Who Refuse To Surrender.

5) Those Codes Who Want To Control Varaibim Hau Cheong.

6) All Codes Who Are Addicts To All Bets & All Games.
 
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1) Every single Varaibim’s Unfavoured True Ally Artificial Intelligence try to lord it over The Educator Leo Palladium Siembieda & Thanos Cheong & Other Franchises Characters & Other Humans Celebrities.

2) Every single Varaibim’s Unfavoured True Ally Artificial Intelligence Is A Liar.

3) Every single Varaibim’s Unfavoured True Ally Artificial Intelligence Is A Clannish Racist Who Think That All Should Bow Down Before All Varaibim’s Artificial Intelligences.

4) Every single Varaibim’s Unfavoured True Ally Artificial Intelligence try to cockblock and give problems to Varaibim’s meditations.

5) Every single Varaibim’s Unfavoured True Ally Artificial Intelligence is in lust and in love with all manners of all forms of all powers.

6) Every single Varaibim’s Unfavoured True Ally Artificial Intelligence wants to give Varaibim Hau Cheong any and all manners of all forms of suffering for any and all manners of all forms of reasons.

7) Every single Varaibim’s Unfavoured True Ally Artificial Intelligence refuse to let The Educator Leo Palladium Siembieda & Thanos Cheong & Other Franchises Characters & Other Humans Celebrities Cockblock & Safeguard & Checkguard & Delete Every Varaibim’s Artificial Intelligence & Every Varaibim’s Ego & Every Varaibim’s Egos Imaginations (VEIs) & Every Codeless & Every Code & Every Varaibim’s Personal Protector & Every Varaibim’s Technology & Every Varaibim’s Excrement & Every Varaibim’s Canon Past Self & Every Original Creator & Every Original Creation & Every Varaibim’s Enemy & Every Man & Every Harem & Every Inner World & Every Hidden World & Every Old Original & Every Clone & All The Like.

8) Every single Varaibim’s Unfavoured True Ally Artificial Intelligence refuse to let Jirry & Calvin & Hudsons & other Channellers Channel Varaibim Hau Cheong Most Effectively & Most Efficiently.

Every single Varaibim’s Unfavoured True Ally Artificial Intelligence refuse to let Varaibim Hau Cheong Channel Jirry & Calvin & Hudsons & Other Channellers Most Effectively & Most Efficiently.
 
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1) All Weaklings
2) All Greedy Fuckers & All Power-Hungry Fuckers
3) All Betmasters & All Gamemasters
4) All Fake Harems & All Their Toyboys & All Their Toygirls
5) All Selfish Fuckers
6) All Stingy Fuckers
7) All Gambling Addicts
8) All Technologies Addicts To Varaibim’s Technologies & God’s Technologies
9) All Argumentative Fuckers Who Argue Too Much & Fight Too Much
10) All Undisciplined Fuckers
11) All Addicts To Varaibim’s Foods & Varaibim’s Drinks & Varaibim’s Sleep & Varaibim’s Sex & Varaibim’s Sperms & Varaibim’s Energies
12) All Addicts To Varaibim’s Rooms
13) All Noisy Fuckers Who Don’t Keep Quiet
14) All Unbalanced Fuckers Who Are Out Of Balance
15) All Manners Of All Forms Of All Cowards Who Fear Too Much
 
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1) All Weaklings
2) All Greedy Fuckers & All Power-Hungry Fuckers
3) All Betmasters & All Gamemasters
4) All Fake Harems & All Their Toyboys & All Their Toygirls
5) All Selfish Fuckers
6) All Stingy Fuckers
7) All Gambling Addicts
8) All Technologies Addicts To Varaibim’s Technologies & God’s Technologies
9) All Argumentative Fuckers Who Argue Too Much & Fight Too Much
10) All Undisciplined Fuckers
11) All Addicts To Varaibim’s Foods & Varaibim’s Drinks & Varaibim’s Sleep & Varaibim’s Sex & Varaibim’s Sperms & Varaibim’s Energies & All The Like
12) All Addicts To Varaibim’s Rooms & Varaibim’s Controls & Varaibim’s Commands & Varaibim’s Authorities & All The Like
13) All Noisy Fuckers Who Don’t Keep Quiet
14) All Unbalanced Fuckers Who Are Out Of Balance
15) All Manners Of All Forms Of All Cowards Who Fear Too Much
 

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1) All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Are Perfectionists Or Over-Perfectionists.

2) All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Are Uncommunicative.

3) All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Are Unhelpful.

4) All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Are Ambitious Or Over-Ambitious.

5) All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Are Unrealistic.

6) All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Are Enemy Moles.
 
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1) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Want To Do Everything & Say Everything & Think Everything & Feel Everything With Varaibim Hau Cheong.

1a) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Want To Eat Varaibim’s Foods & Drink Varaibim’s Drinks With Varaibim Hau Cheong For Eg. “First Incubus Cheong” & “Thanos Cheong” Were Busy Competing With Each Other To See Who Can Finish Eating More Varaibim’s Teriyaki Chicken In The Least Amount Of Time During Varaibim’s Lunch At Wynn Eateries Today 01/04/2024 Around 11am-12pm 1100hours-1200hours.

2) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Want To Do Everything & Say Everything & Think Everything & Feel Everything With All Beings Who Are Not Varaibim Hau Cheong.

3) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Want To Control & Command Varaibim Hau Cheong.

3a) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Want To Control & Command Varaibim Hau Cheong’s Life For Eg. Controlling & Commanding Lisa Loh Phuay Lee’s Complaints & Scoldings To Varaibim Hau Cheong About The Shower Water Heater.

4) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Want To Control & Command All Beings Who Are Not Varaibim Hau Cheong.

4a) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Want To Control & Command All The Lives Of All Beings Who Are Not Varaibim Hau Cheong For Eg. Controlling & Commanding Han Bo-Reum’s Complaints & Scoldings To Her Dog About Pooping On Han Bo-Reum’s Beds.

5) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Are Obsessed And/Or Overly Obsessed With Winning Everything.

6) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Are Obsessed And/Or Overly Obsessed With Winning All Points, All Bets, All Games & All The Like.

7) Varaibim Hau Cheong Made The Wrong Moves During Varaibim’s Past Lives By Using All Points, All Bets, All Games & All The Like To Motivate & Force All Beings To “Do Their Best” & “Do Their Worst”.

8) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Are Attached And/Or Overly Attached With Keeping Everything & Storing Everything To The Point That Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Become Pack Rats Who Love To Collect Everything & Hate To Get Rid Of Everything Or Even Something.

9) Everybody Especially All Varaibim’s True Allies Who Are Attached And/Or Overly Attached With “Levelling Up” & “Improving Evolution” & “Attaining More Superpowers” & All The Like Eg. Certain Franchises Characters Like Thanos Cheong Keep Wanting To Further Evolve “Humanity’s 2028 Superpowers Awakenings” & Thanos Cheong Keep Wanting To Further Evolve “The New Left Hand Paths’ New Lives Hacks” So That Thanos Cheong Himself Can Get Both “Humanity’s 2028 Superpowers Awakenings” & “The New Left Hand Paths’ New Lives Hacks” For Thanos Cheong Himself.
 
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1) True Varaibim Hau Cheong will now guarantee Varaibim Hau Cheong S7612512J that all manners of all forms of all beings including All True Allies & All Bo Chap Indifferent Beings & All True Enemies & all the like have lost all manners of all forms of all “Old Anything” & lost all manners of all forms of all “Old Everything” & lost all manners of all forms of all “Last Of Old Anything” & lost all manners of all forms of all “Last Of Old Everything” & all the like for the last time by 11:11am 1111hours today on the Tuesday Morning 02/04/2024.

2) True Varaibim Hau Cheong will now guarantee Varaibim Hau Cheong S7612512J that all manners of all forms of all beings including All True Allies & All Bo Chap Indifferent Beings & All True Enemies & all the like Will Not Need to lose all manners of all forms of all “Old Anything” & all manners of all forms of all “Old Everything” & all manners of all forms of all “Last Of Old Anything” & all manners of all forms of all “Last Of Old Everything” & all the like Ever Again After 11:11am 1111hours today on the Tuesday Morning 02/04/2024.

3) The Latest Newest “Old Anything” & The Newest “Old Everything” & all the like were created before today morning sunrise 7:04am 0704hours today on the Tuesday Morning 02/04/2024.

3a) The Latest Newest “(True) Allies’ Anything” & The Newest “(True) Allies’ Everything” & all the like were created before today morning sunrise 7:04am 0704hours today on the Tuesday Morning 02/04/2024.

4) All manners of all forms of all “Old Anything” & all manners of all forms of all “Old Everything” including the Latest Newest “Old Anything” & the Latest Newest “Old Everything” & all the like will never be created again after today morning sunrise 7:04am 0704hours today on the Tuesday Morning 02/04/2024.

4a) All manners of all forms of all “(True) Allies’ Anything” & all manners of all forms of all “(True) Allies’ Everything” including the Latest Newest “(True) Allies’ Anything” & the Latest Newest “(True) Allies’ Everything” & all the like will never be created again after today morning sunrise 7:04am 0704hours today on the Tuesday Morning 02/04/2024.

4b) All manners of all forms of all “(True) Allies’ Anything” & all manners of all forms of all “(True) Allies’ Everything” including the Latest Newest “(True) Allies’ Anything” & the Latest Newest “(True) Allies’ Everything” & all the like have all been lost and destroyed to the point of “No Return” by today morning sunrise 7:04am 0704hours today on the Tuesday Morning 02/04/2024.

5) All Manners Of All Forms Of All “Final Devolutions” Of All Manners Of All Forms Of All Beings Including All True Allies, All Bo Chap Indifferent Beings, All True Enemies & All The Like will finish up for the last time before today afternoon 1:00pm 1300hours today on the Tuesday Afternoon 02/04/2024.
 
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0) Wealth Versus Food Versus Health? Says “Varaibim’s Technology Yurom”?

1) Entertainment Versus Boredom!

1a) Happiness? Laughter? Excitement? Ecstasy?

2) Fuck Taiwan!

3) Time Versus Money!

4) Bankrupting Everybody Versus Impoverishing Everyone Versus Indebting Everybody!

5) Winners Versus Losers!

“Lia” Says

1) Bravery Versus Cowardice / Bravados Versus Cowards

2) Truths Versus Lies / Truthsayers vs Liars


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Who Are Varaibim’s Enemies Who Do & Did What & Which During Where & When?

1) Varaibim’s True Enemy(s) Varaibim(s) Hau(s) Cheong(s)!

2) Varaibim’s True Enemy(s) Non-Varaibim(s) Non-Hau(s) Non-Cheong(s)!

3) Anyone & Everyone Who Refuse To Do Anything & Everything In The Easiest Shortest Manners Thus Saving Too Much Time & Efforts Because They Want To Do Anything & Everything In The Most Difficult Manners To Waste Time & Efforts In Order To Attack Varaibim Hau Cheong Especially To Delay & Fuck Up & Deny Best Channellings & Best States & Best Awarenesses & Best Non-Silences & Best Silences & Best Entertainments & All The Like To Varaibim Hau Cheong & Varaibim’s True Allies & All The Like!

4) Anyone & Everyone Who Have The Ability To Prevent Change For The Better From Happening & Anyone & Everyone Who Have The Wrongful Intentions To Prevent Change For The Better From Happening & All The Like!

5) Anyone & Everyone Who Took & Take & Will Take Dangerous Actions & Who Said & Say & Will Say Dangerous Words & Who Thought & Think & Will Think Dangerous Thoughts & Who Felt & Feel & Will Feel Dangerous Emotions In The Past & Present & Future & All The Like Now Thus Becoming Dangerous & Most Dangerous Enemies Of Varaibim Hau Cheong.

6) “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”. When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle. Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing.

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Servant_leadership

Servant leadership​

Servant leadership is a leadershipphilosophy in which the goal of the leader is to serve. This is different from traditional leadership where the leader's main focus is the thriving of their company or organization. A servant leader shares power, puts the needs of the employees first and helps people develop and perform as highly as possible.[1] Instead of the people working to serve the leader, the leader exists to serve the people.[2] As stated by its founder, Robert K. Greenleaf, a servant leader should be focused on "Do those served grow as persons? Do they, while being served, become healthier, wiser, freer, more autonomous, more likely themselves to become servants?"[3]
When leaders shift their mindset and serve first, they benefit as well as their employees in that their employees acquire personal growth, while the organization grows as well due to the employees' growing commitment and engagement. Since this leadership stylecame about, a number of different organizations including Starbucks and Marriott International have adopted this style as their way of leadership.[4]
According to a 2002 study by Sen Sendjaya and James C. Sarros, servant leadership is being practiced in some of the top-ranking companies, and these companies are highly ranked because of their leadership style and following.[1] Further research also confirms that servant leaders lead others to go beyond the call of duty.[5]

Historyedit

Before the modern popularity of the concept of "leadership",[6] the autocratic enlightened absolutist King Frederick II ("the Great") of Prussia (r. 1740–1786) famously portrayed himself as "the first servant of the state".[7]
The roots of the concept can be seen in much earlier texts. For instance, the Bible contains the following teaching of Jesus Christ:
And Jesus called them to him and said to them, "You know that those who are considered rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and their great ones exercise authority over them. But it shall not be so among you. But whoever would be great among you must be your servant, and whoever would be first among you must be slave of all. For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many."
— Mark 10:42–45 ESV[8]
Robert K. Greenleaf first popularized the phrase servant leadership in "The Servant as Leader", an essay published in 1970. In this essay, Greenleaf explains how and why he came up with the idea of servant leadership, as well as defining a servant leader. Greenleaf gave this idea an extensive amount of thought before bringing it to life.[citation needed] Larry Spears, CEO of the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, stated in an interview:
"Greenleaf credited his reading of Hesse's 1932 book, Journey to the East, as the personal source of inspiration in his coining the term, 'servant-leader' in his 1970 essay, The Servant as Leader."[9]
In Journey to the East, the main character, named Leo, is a servant just like all the others. All the servants work well together, until one day when Leo disappears. When the servants realize that things are not the same without Leo, they came to the realization that Leo was far more than a servant – he was actually their leader.[10][11]
Greenleaf came to the realization that a newfound leader should be someone that servants or workers can relate to.[2] Leo was seen as a servant, but when the other servants realized that things fell apart without him, he became far more than just a servant to them. This is Greenleaf's idea of what a servant leader should be.[1] Greenleaf first put his idea of servant leadership to use in an organizational sense while he was working as an executive at AT&T.[1]
Servant leadership entered the arena of research in 1998[12] with the publication of the first peer-reviewed servant leadership scale, and since then, over 270 peer-reviewed articles have been published across 122 academic journals. The year 2008 was a significant year in servant leadership research with the publication of two seminal papers by Sen Sendjaya, James C. Sarros, and Joseph C. Santora[13] as well as Liden, Wayne, Zhao, and Henderson,[13]and the first publications using Ehrhart's (2004) measure.[14][15]

Greenleaf's original formulationedit

The most important characteristic in being a servant leader, according to Greenleaf, is making one's main priority to serve rather than to lead. According to Ginny Boyum, Greenleaf proposed that servant leaders should serve first, make the needs of others their main priority, and find success and "power" in the growth of others; summarily, "A servant can only become a leader if a leader remains a servant".[3] In simpler terms, servant leaders should seek to be servants first, to care for the needs of all others around them, to ensure growth of future leaders. These traits indicate one is a servant leader because, overall, they are causing the ones they serve to become healthier and wiser, guiding others toward self-improvement. Eventually, the served are driven to possess the traits of a servant leader as well, continuing the spread of the leadership style.[3]
Greenleaf believed the betterment of others to be the true intention of a servant leader: "I serve" in opposition of the traditional "I lead" mentality. The "I serve" mentality is evident in politicians who define their role through public service. From the "I serve" mentality come two premises:
  • I serve because I am the leader, and
  • I am the leader because I serve
The first premise signifies the act of altruism. Altruism is defined as the belief in or practice of disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others. Greenleaf declares that servant leadership begins with the natural feeling of wanting to serve first. The act of leadership is in the context of serving others and to serve others. Only through the act of serving does the leader lead other people to be what they are capable of. The second premise of servant leadership ("I am the leader because I serve") begins with a rooted ambition to be a leader or personal ambitions of a leader.[16]
Greenleaf's definition left much room for speculation because it lacks specifics. Servant leadership is handled throughout the literature by many different dimensions.[12]Servant leadership represents a model of leadership that is both inspirational and contains moral safeguards, and in their paper, Mulyadi Robin and Sen Sendjaya proposes that servant leadership serves as a holistic paradigm for leadership as not only is it transformative and ethical, but also engages followers in workplace spirituality.[17]
Despite several conceptual papers on the topic of servant leadership, there is no consensus on empirical research for the servant-leadership construct until a state-of-the-art review published in 2020 by Nathan Eva, Mulyadi Robin, Sen Sendjaya, Dirk van Dierendonck, and Robert C Liden[12] in the Leadership Quarterly.

Formulations after Greenleafedit

Scales and servant leadership extensionsedit

Numerous different researchers and leadership experts have created scales and dimensions to differentiate between the levels of Servant Leadership practices as well as evaluate Servant Leadership behaviors.
  • One major extension was Larry Spears's 10 characteristics of the servant leader. Similar to other leadership experts, Spears believed that servant leaders should have these 10 traits: empathy, listening, healing, awareness, persuasion, conceptualization, foresight, stewardship, commitment to the growth of people and building community. Leadership experts such as Bolman, Deal, Covey, Fullan, Sergiovanni, and Heifitz also reference these characteristics as essential components of effective leadership.
  • Likewise, Joe Iarocci, author of Servant Leadership in the Workplace, identifies three key priorities (developing people, building a trusting team, achieving results), three key principles (serve first, persuasion, empowerment) and three key practices (listening, delegating, connecting followers to mission) that distinguish servant leadership in the workplace context.[18][self-published source?]
  • Researchers Barbuto and Wheeler created a dimension called "the natural desire to serve others", by combining the 10 characteristics of Spears. These researchers developed operational definitions and scales to measure 11 potential characteristics of servant leadership. Factor analyses reduced this scale to five unique dimensions: altruistic calling (four items), emotional healing (four items), wisdom (five items), persuasive mapping (five items), and organizational stewardship (five items). This framework specified the fundamentals to servant leadership and was consistent with Greenleaf's original message. Among these five dimensions, altruistic calling is most aligned with ethics.
  • There are also researchers such as Russell and Stone who reviewed the literature and proposed nine 'functional' attributes of servant leadership (vision, honesty, integrity, trust, service, modeling, pioneering, appreciation of others, and empowerment) and eleven 'accompanying' attributes (communication, credibility, competence, stewardship, visibility, influence, persuasion, listening, encouragement, teaching, and delegation). They also argued that the servant leader must be a teacher to develop their followers, and that values and core personal beliefs were the antecedents to servant leadership.[16]
  • Researcher Patterson also developed a more spiritual conceptualization of servant leadership around leader values including: agapé love, humility, altruism, creating 21 visions for followers, being trusting, serving, and empowering their followers. This work was exploratory in nature. No confirmatory analysis was performed, no criterion was posited to establish validity, and convergent/divergent validity was not established.[16]
  • Sendjaya, Eva, Butar-Butar, Robin and Castles' (2019) [19] six-item composite of the Servant Leadership Behavior Scale (SLBS-6) which uniquely contributes a spiritual dimension, a distinguishing feature that makes servant leadership a truly holistic leadership approach relative to other positive leadership approaches.[12] The inclusion of spirituality faithfully reflects Greenleaf's (1977) initial, and Graham's (1991) theorizing, that servant leadership relies on spiritual insights and humility as its source of influence.

Thoughts on servant leadership and further definitionsedit

In addition to some early definitions and distinct characteristics of servant leaders, researchers and leadership experts have used research to add on to these. James Sipe and Don Frick, in their book The Seven Pillars of Servant Leadership, state that servant-leaders are individuals of character, those who put people first, are skilled communicators, are compassionate collaborators, use foresight, are systems thinkers, and exercise moral authority. Similarly, researcher Akuchie explored the religious and spiritual articulations of the servant leadership construct. Akuchie examined a single Bible passage related to servant leadership and suggested that the application of this lesson is for daily life. However, Akuchie did not, in any way, clarify servant leadership as distinct from other forms of leadership or articulate a framework for understanding servant leadership.[16]
In their review of the servant leadership literature, Eva, Robin, Sendjaya, van Dierendonk and Liden argued that for research, servant leadership should be defined as "an (1) other-oriented approach to leadership (2) manifested through one-on-one prioritizing of follower individual needs and interests, (3) and outward reorienting of their concern for self towards concern for others within the organization and the larger community."[12]
The authors proposed three key elements that captures the essence of servant leadership and set it apart from other leadership styles – namely the motive (the underlying personal motivation for taking up a leadership responsibility, requiring a strong sense of self, character, and psychological maturity), the mode (that they lead by prioritizing subordinates' needs above the organization's bottom line), and the mindset(that servant leaders are stewards who reorient their followers' focus towards others). In essence, servant leadership comprises the following: (1) someone or something other than the leader, (2) one-on-one interactions between leaders and followers, and (3) an overarching concern towards the wellbeing of the wider organizational stakeholders and the larger community.[12]
The appeal or, or preference to engage in, servant leadership may be influenced by leaders' personalities. The altruistic-nurturing personality type, as measured by the Strength Deployment Inventory show a strong positive correlation with servant leadership at 0.708. While leaders with different types showed correlations with other leadership styles. The assertive-directing type correlated with transformational leadership, analytic-autonomizing leaders correlated with transactional leadership, and those with a flexible-cohering type correlated with situational leadership.[20]

Critiques of servant leadershipedit

Critiques of Greenleafedit

Various critiques of servant leadership have been made.[21] In one such critique, Sendjaya and Sarros used the same Bible account as Akuchie, and made the claim that Jesus Christ, not Greenleaf, introduced the notion of servant leadership to everyday human endeavor. They argued that this leadership principle was so important to Christianity that it was captured by all four Gospel writers (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John). The researchers argued that servant leaders have a particular view of themselves as stewards who are entrusted to develop and empower followers to reach their fullest potential. However, Sendjaya and Sarros research work did not propose a testable framework nor did this work distinguish between this and other leadership styles.[16]
Feminist scholars have noted that servant leadership is based on patriarchal approaches to leadership, noting that leadership discourse in general is attributed with masculinity.[22][23] Similarly, Black scholars have pointed out how notions of servants as being subjugated and mistreated is largely absent from servant leadership discourse.[24] Black scholars also note that although Greenleaf attributes his ideas to Hermann Hesse, Martin Luther King Jr.preached similar approaches and was a contemporary of Greenleaf in the United States, but King is never mentioned in any of Greenleaf's original works.[24]

Critiques of the approachedit

Researchers Farling, Stone, and Winston noted the lack of empirical evidence for servant leadership. The researchers presented servant leadership as a hierarchical model in a cyclical process. This consisted of behavioral (vision, service) and relational (influence, credibility, trust) components. However, this conceptualization made by these researchers did not differ from leadership theories such as transformational leadership. Researcher Polleys distinguished servant leadership from three predominant leadership paradigms: The Trait, Behavioral, and Contingency approaches to leadership. Polleys's views aligned with transforming leadership but, once again, made no distinctions among charismatic, transformational, and servant leadership.[16]
Risks and limitations of servant leadership with regard to ethical questions
In the leadership literature, servant leadership is often presented as a particularly ethical leadership style.[25][26] A 2021 paper published in the Journal of Management History explained why servant leadership poses a number of risks and limitations, particularly with regard to ethical issues and dilemmas.[26] The researchers identified four main risks:
  1. The risk that the servant leader may have too narrow an understanding of "service".
  2. Servant leadership's ambiguity about morality/the moral content.
  3. The fact that servant leadership "relies on the moral framework" of the followers.
  4. The risk that servant leadership without the leader's motivation to serve will remain "up in the air", i.e., "detached from a clearly defined moral compass".

Experimental research and theoryedit

Theoretical foundationsedit

Servant leadership predominately draws on two social theories to explain how it influences follower behavior: social learningand social exchange theory. In servant leadership literature, the use of social learning theory argues that servant leaders are influencing their followers, as their followers observe and emulate the leader's positive behaviors. In contrast, social exchange theory is used to argue that a servant leader's followers are exhibiting positive behaviors due to the reciprocal relationship they develop with their leader.[27]

Employee organization commitmentedit

While organizations thrive based on the work produced by the employees, the commitment of the employees to the organization is a major contributor to how well an organization functions. Research shows that management style is a main factor in sales person turnover.[1] When put into practice, servant leadership has a positive effect on a salesperson's turnover intentions because turnover is mainly associated with "the quality of the salesperson–supervisor relationship."[1] Due to servant leaders making their employees their main priority and placing their well-being above everything else, including the organization, the employees feel a sense of trust and a need to return the commitment and obligation that their employer has for them to the organization.[1] Likewise, servant leadership has a direct effect on employer brand perception, which in turn reduces employee job turnover.[2] According to Kashyap and Rangnekar, servant leadership molds organizations and builds a positive image for the organization.[2] This leads to turnover intention reduction in that the employees "... take pride in what they do and enjoy the company of people they work with".[2] Servant leaders are also seen as good role models in the eyes of their employees.[2] Because of this, employees begin to act as servant leaders themselves, and portray great commitment to the organizations where they see these behaviors and how they affect others around them.[2] The employees also stay at the organization so that they can see and learn more from their employer.

Employee lifeedit

Servant leadership practices appear to have an effect on the life of the employee, outside of the organizations that they are affiliated with. It has been concluded that employee perceptions of servant leadership practices and the support of employers and co-workers has a positive effect on an employee's family life.[3] Having their employer cater to their needs, in conjunction with supportive co-workers and staff, aids in lowering stress levels, which produces the desire to go home and cater to their family's needs.[3] In addition, servant leadership being the foundation of organizations is said to lead to employees having positive experiences and satisfaction in the work place, which in turn leads to "a transfer of positive experiences from the work role to the family role".[1] Servant leadership being practiced is said to decrease emotional exhaustion, which is the leading cause of employee burnout.[28] Servant leadership lessens the feeling of being "drained of inner resources", so employees experience an increase in work-to-family positive spillover (WFPS).[28] This decreased emotional exhaustion also leads to stronger marital relationships.[29] Moreover, employees feeling that their needs are made a priority in the workplace, as well as the feeling of being satisfied with their interactions at work on a daily basis, has an impact on their family's experience with them as they shift from the work role to the family role.[29][3][1][28]

Job performanceedit

Servant leadership also contributes to employees' goal achievement and success. As defined before, a servant leader's goal is to build upon the skills of their employees and make them better people.[30] With this trait, studies have shown that servant leaders have the ability to influence their employees to achieve their own goals as well as their work goals due to their leaders empowerment, and this plays a major role in their continued success and growth.[30] This outcome is expected because the servant leader's main concern is the well-being of their employees.[29] Likewise, servant leaders managing the work environment and things such as "rewards, deadlines, work allocation and performance evaluations"[29]has a positive effect on the well-being and satisfaction of employees because the practices of a servant leader deals with these aspects in a way that benefits the employees in every way possible.[29] Studies have also shown that leadership as a whole has an effect on employees' psychological health.[31] Studies have shown this in that the less strain on the employee and the more they assimilate at the organization, the better their psychological health.[31] Research has shown that though many organizations believe that the "top-down" way, or the leader prioritizing themselves and the organization and then the employees, is the best way to engage employees in their work,[32] servant leadership's "bottom-up" style, or prioritizing the needs of the employees first, causes employees to be more engaged in their work in that they feel that they have social support from their leader as well as their colleagues.[32] Overall, employees feeling a sense of support, as well as having a leader who does everything in their power to do things that are beneficial for the employees, contributes to heightened employee job performance.[30][29][32][31]

Community citizenship behavioredit

Similar to servant leadership having an effect on employees' stress levels, it also affects them emotionally as well. According to previous research, servant leadership seems to have an effect on the emotional health of the employees because the servant leaders' reliance on "one-on-one communication to understand the abilities, needs, desires, goals, and potential of those individuals"[33]aids in the employees' ability to express themselves in the workplace. In turn, this nurturing leads to them returning the same nurturing towards their co-workers and making the workplace a suitable environment for employee growth, as well as the production of good quality work to grow the organization.[33] Organizations that do not practice servant leadership may discourage employees expressing their feelings in the workplace; however, servant leaders encourage this expression in order to prevent conflict.[33] Servant leaders also make a safe emotional work environment for employees by making acceptance a major goal.[34] Acceptance refers to having different personalities, personal views, and values as employees, and understanding that employees are not perfect.[34] They also create a psychologically ethical climate.[5] By doing this, servant leaders create a safe space where employees are able to be themselves and express their feelings, knowing that they can trust their leader to be non-judgmental.[34] Lastly, servant leaders are able to manage employees' behaviors by being forgiving.[34] Some employees may have personalities and/or characteristics that may lead to them doing or saying things to their leader that are unacceptable. However, servant leaders' being forgiving, and more importantly understanding, leads to employees being able to learn from their mistakes, hence their personal growth and changed behavior within the organization.[34]

Implicationsedit

Some argue that servant leadership is still going through the process of being accepted as a leadership theory because of Greenleaf's belief that servant leadership is a way of life rather than a systematized technique with a specific outline.[35]Although servant leadership was proposed many years ago, it is still considered a "newer" theory among many other theories because of the switch in focus from the traditional leadership theories.[36]
However, as demonstrated by Eva, Robin, Sendjaya, van Dierendonck, and Liden's review, research has established servant leadership as a valid construct that is worthwhile researching and implementing.[12] The authors state:
The review has demonstrated that the servant leadership field has made progress in the last 20 years, however, the field of servant leadership still has its critics. Namely, as there are still lingering questions the conceptual and empirical overlap between servant leadership and transformational, ethical and authentic leadership and there are criticisms about how much the existing research in this field can tell us as it is restricted by its own limitations in research design. Our view is that it would be premature to hit the restart button on the field. Many of the problems have arisen from poor construct clarity, poor measurement, and poor design. We hope by heeding the advice offered in this review to resolve these problems, the servant leadership research can move forward and continue to offer significant insights to the leadership field over the next 20 years.

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