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Mother Teresa

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Transcript of Mother Teresa

The Calling:
Bio:
Getting to know Mother Teresa
Growing Up:
The making of a Saint
Leadership Theory:
Continued Work:
Servant Leadership
- need/desire to serve others so that they can develop themselves and perform to meet organizational needs.

- Mother Teresa is almost a perfect model of a servant leader.

- ” I am unworthy, I accepted the prize in the name of the poor. The prize is the reorganization of the poor world…By serving the poor I am serving Him.”


Conclusion
-Help one at a time

-Everyone is equal

-Gaining awareness

Servant Leadership Model:
Mother Teresa
Servant Leaders: Mother Teresa
Servant Leadership:
Mother Teresa
"If we have no peace, it is because
we have forgotten that we belong
to each other."
- Mother Teresa

Born Title: Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu
Birth Date: August 26th, 1910
Died: September 5th, 1997
Occupation: Nun, Saint
Start of Charity
Servant Leadership Model
Evaluation:
Leadership Theories and Styles:
- 1919, death of father
-“Some of them are our
relations, but all of them are
our people”
- Sacred Heart Choir

-Missionaries of Charity
-The 50's and 60's


Power Draws:
Transformational:
Feminist Theory:
-1979, awarded The Nobel Peace Prize
Mother Teresa
Resources:
Legitimate:
Expert:
A message from God
-September 10, 1946

“I alone cannot change the world,
but I can cast a stone across the waters
to create many ripples.”
-Mother Teresa
- she put others needs over her own

- Acting as a servant of God through her actions

- demonstrates altruism, boldness, humility, kindness, love, and servanthood.


1971: New York City
1985: Gift of Love
- helped because she wanted to, not due to reasons of fame

- volunteer, non-profit organizations
Being a Nun
-1928, Loreto Sisters of Dublin
-May 1931
-1944
Greenleaf, R.K. (1970). The servant as leader. Westfield, IN: The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership.

A Retreat With Mother Teresa and Damien of Molokai: Caring for Those Who Suffer,

A True Servant Leader: Mother Teresa. (n.d.). Retrieved November 11, 2014, from http://sites.psu.edu/leadership/2013/11/09/a-true-servant-leader-mother-teresa/

Smith, W., & Chin, D. (2004, July 14). Servant Leadership in Organizations: The Case of Australia. Retrieved November 12, 2014, from http://www.govloop.com/community/blog/one-pehttp://www.academia.edu/2770879/Servant_Leadership_in_Organizations_the_Case_of_Australiarson-at-a-time-the-leadership-genius-of-mother-teresa/

Oak, M. (n.d.). Accomplishments of Mother Teresa. Retrieved November 13, 2014, from http://www.buzzle.com/articles/accomplishments-of-mother-teresa.html


Cared deeply about relationships with those she helped
Worked with those from the non dominant society
All around knowledgeable
-1948, return to Calcutta
Appointed power by God
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