Known as the quiet leadership style, servant leaders work behind the stage and
quietly lead by example. Servant leaders have integrity, strong ethics and
values, and are generous with their time and support.
This is often the leadership style of confident and optimistic introverts, they
are extremely non-competitive, preferring to include the whole team in all
success. These leaders respect their employee's ideas, work hard to help the team
succeed, and allow them to take the spotlight for their collective achievements.
They believe in the greater good and team recognition, rather than individual
They do not tell people what to do, and they do not ask people to do things they
themselves are not willing to do. A servant leader is often found in NGO or
charity and community type roles.