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The concept of servant leadership has become popular since it was introduced by Robert Greenleaf in a 1970 essay, but Mitch Maidique, a professor of management at Florida International University, says it still leaves open the question of who you are truly serving: yourself, your group, or society at large? He explores the notion on Harvard Working Knowledge, developing a topology of six levels of leadership, from sociopath to transcendent. <br><br>Nobody fits totally in any one style; we are all a mixture, he says, with one type dominant.<br><br>To see the original version of this article, which appeared on Monday, July 18, 2011in the Globe and Mail, <a href="http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/managing/morning-manager/six-levels-of-leadership/article2100494/"> click here.</a></br></br></br></br>

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