HOW TO BE A SERVANT LEADER (LT440)
LEAD BY SERVING - SERVE BY LEADING
This is a course in the series: Leadership Principles. It focuses on servant-leadership and how to become more effective as a servant-leader. Emphases of the course include: “Strategies for Improving Your People Skills,” “How to be a Good Manager,” “How to Have Healthy Self-Confidence,” “How to Combat Discouragement,” “How to Motivate,” and others. The study of this course will equip the student with knowledge and skills for becoming an effective servant-leader. The student’s awareness of and ability to apply leadership principles will be increased.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
► Define and describe a successful servant-leader..
► Identify and develop attitudes and strategies that will produce the traits of a servant-leader.
► Identify and understand strategic people skills and how to employ them.
► Recognize the difference between leadership and management and the skills required to be a good manager of people.
► Recognize the signs of ministry or workplace discouragement, its causes,and cures.
► Understand the nature and value of healthy self-confidence.
► Motivate others as a leader.
This course is worth four quarter units of credit in the degree programs of Embassy College.
Dr. Ronald E. Cottle is the Founder and President Emeritus of Christian Life School of Theology (CLST Global), the Founder and President Emeritus of the Apostolic Council of Transformational Servant-Leaders (ACTS) and the Founder and President of the Embassy College (EC).
He received a diploma in Theology from Southeastern Bible Institute, Lakeland, Florida, a B.A. in English-Religion, Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida, the M-Div. from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, Columbia, South Carolina, and both the Ph.D. in Religion and the M.S.Ed. and Ed.D. in Higher Education from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Dr. Cottle and his wife of sixty-plus years, Joanne reside in Columbus, Georgia and have one son, Ron Jr. See more about Dr. Cottle at www.roncottle.com.