Reynolds, Kae (2014) Servant leadership and the ethic of care: An exploration of correlations and gender. In: 24th Annual International Servant Leadership Conference, 24th - 26th September 2014, Atlanta, Georgia USA. (Unpublished)

While feminist theory has informed the study of leadership from various perspectives, a need still exists for exploring feminist ethics as a conceptual framework for leadership theory. This presentation outlines a study designed to examine the compatibility of the feminist ethic of care with the leadership philosophy of servant-leadership with the purpose of expanding research on servant-leadership grounded in feminist theory, epistemology, and empiricism.

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