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Leading Oneself Opportunity and responsibility go hand in hand. They are two sides of the same coin. Servant-leadership proposes that everyone is his or her own leader. That means that everyone Core Qualities ■ 29 in a family, organization, department, or community is the pinnacle of his or her own pyramid. It is within everyone’s reach to find out and fulfill the needs of others. This has far-reaching consequences, and it is especially important in situations where there is polarization, because the basis of “us” versus “them” thinking thereby falls by the wayside.

There is no “first” or “last” because there is no set path from A to B. Perhaps you do not want to go from A to B, but from B to A! That is also possible because a circle is two-directional, which means that what were originally opposing values now flow naturally from one to the other, strengthening both. Solutions When you use cyclical thought to deal with the dilemmas that occur in every organization, there is room for solutions. These solutions can start at any point in the circle, and the best part is that it also happens.

Even though people achieve a certain status, it is still necessary for them to prove themselves again and again. In these cultures, the subservient are seen as those who should make an effort to make the performances successful. The Netherlands has a culture that is a good example of people being encouraged to achieve results, whereas family background is less important. Deeds of the individual, leader or servant, are what count. In this culture, status is not guaranteed. In this case, it is also quite normal to ask a leader for the reasons for doing something in a certain way.

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