- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2019
- Springer Nature Switzerland AG
- Heuvel, Steven C. van den (ed.), Bouckaert, Luk (ed.)
- 2 Illustrations, black and white; XXVII, 394 p. 2 illus.
- 210 x 148 x 22 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Paperback / softback
- 504 g
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Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.This book brings together a number of important essays on the intersection of servant leadership and social entrepreneurship, examining them through a shared focus on 'the will to serve'. This combination bears out the insight that inspiring social and economic leaders are able to transform a conflictual human settlement into a collaborative and caring human community. The book seeks to answer the question of whether we can induce from their 'way of doing things' a model of civic entrepreneurship and leadership that can inspire people in profit, non-profit and public organizations. It also examines the extent to which the will to serve is compatible with the will to maximize profit or the will to gain economic, political or religious power. Furthermore, it asks how far different spiritual traditions create different models and examples of servant leadership and social entrepreneurship. This book will be of interest to researchers working in the fields of business ethics, business spirituality and corporate social responsibility.
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Luk Bouckaert is Professor Emeritus of Ethics at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. He is the founder of the Belgian and European SPES-Forum vzw. Steven C. van den Heuvel is Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at the Evangelische Theologische Faculteit, Leuven, Belgium, as well as an Extraordinary Researcher in the Faculty of Theology at North-West University, South Africa.
PART A Philosophical and Spiritual Foundations Chapter 1: The Will to Serve: An Anthropological and Spiritual Foundation for Leadership - Patrick Nullens Chapter 2: Reading Exodus 18 and Robert Greenleaf - Heiko Wenzel Chapter 3: Servant Leadership Beyond Servant and Leader: A Buddhist Perspective on the Theory and Practice of Servant Leadership - Ernest C.H. Ng Chapter 4: Ipseistic Ethics Beyond Moralism: Rooting the "Will to Serve" In "The Reverence for Life" - Chris Doude van Troostwijk Chapter 5: Simone Weil and a Critical Will to Serve - Michael J. Thate Chapter 6: The Dark Side of Servant Leadership: Power Abuse via Serving - Volker Kessler Chapter 7: Christianity and Servant Leadership - Peirong Lin PART B Social Entrepreneurship: Serving the Common Good Chapter 8: Protecting the Weak and Creating Community - Emilio Di Somma Chapter 9: Foundations for Social Entrepreneurship: An Integrative Indian Perspective - Sharda S. Nandram, K. Pruneet, Bindlish, Harsh Purohit, Ankur Joshi, and Priti Hingorani Chapter 10: Workplace Spirituality in Social Entrepreneurship: Motivation for Serving the Common Good - Natasha Gjorevska Chapter 11: Mindful Servant Leadership for B-Corps - Kevin Jackson Chapter 12: The Religious Leader as Social Entrepreneur - Jack Barentsen Chapter 13: Serving the Poor: The Case of the EoC Enterprise 'Mercurio Net' - Mara del Baldo and Maria-Gabriella Baldarelli PART C Servant Leadership in Business context Chapter 14: Servant Leadership in Market-Oriented Organizations, does that Make Sense? An Evaluation from an Economic-Organization Theory Perspective - Pim Boven Chapter 15: The Importance of Calling in Realization of Life Projects: The Case of Maverick and Serial-entrepreneur Hans Nielsen Hauge with Implications for Business Education -Knut Ims, Truls Liland, and Magne Supphellen Chapter 16: Rethinking Fashion Retail: The Case of MrSale - Gabor Kovacs Chapter 17: Aldous Huxley's Anarchist Entrepreneurship Based on Spiritual Capital - Gerrit De Vylder Chapter 18: John Wesley: Prophet and Entrepreneur - Clive Murray Norris