Top 5 Servant Leadership Tweeters In 2010

January 2011 could not pass without sharing my appreciation for these Tweeters. The list below are the top 5 Twitter accounts for servant leadership content in 2010. I’ve gained a lot from these sources and recommend them to anyone interested in new content and ideas for the only real form of leadership. You can follow these and many servant leadership practitioners, in my Twitter Servant Leadership List.

Kelvin Redd5. Kelvin Redd (@KelvinRedd)

Twitter Bio: Author, Speaker, Servant Leadership Consultant and Certified Emergenetics Associate
http://www.iLead2Serve.com

Kelvin is the Director of the Center for Servant Leadership at the Pastoral Institute in Columbus, Georgia. He is the author of the book “Stand Tall: Essays on Life and Servant Leadership.” Kelvin’s Twitter posts include content from his personal blog as well as updates on Servant Leadership from the Pastoral Institute and Greenleaf Centers.

Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership Logo4. The Greenleaf Center (@GreenleafCenter)

Twitter Bio: The Greenleaf Center promotes the awareness, understanding, and practice of servant leadership by individuals and organizations. www.greenleaf.org
http://greenleaf.org

The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership and is the non-profit named after the man who coined the term, “servant leadership”. The updates from their Twitter account include news from the organization and servant leadership updates in general. For the latest on events, publishing and the center’s other activities, follow this account.

Ken Blanchard3. Ken Blanchard (@KenBlanchard)

Twitter Bio: Speaker, Business Guru, and Author of over 50 books, including The One Minute Manager.

http://www.kenblanchard.com

Dr. Ken Blanchard is the cofounder and Chief Spiritual Officer of The Ken Blanchard Companies®, an international management training and consulting firm. Blanchard is also the author of many great leadership books, including “The One Minute Manager” and “The Servant Leader“. His Twitter posts span a variety of servant leadership, spiritual and motivational topics.

JT Jackson (ServantTweeter)2. JT Jackson (@ServantTweeter)

Twitter Bio: Servant First, Leader Always; Life Coach; Inspirational Speaker; Good Guy

Mr. Jackson is an excellent example of a servant leadership proponent who practices what he preaches. He wins the award for the most creative leadership Twitter name (ServantTweeter) and introduced me to a key phrase I’ve referenced many times – “Serve first, serve always.” The updates from his Twitter stream encompass a variety of servant leadership topics, good management practices and motivational topics.

Dr. Jack King / North Fork Center for Servant Leadership1. Dr. Jack King (@DrJackKing)

Twitter Bio: We are put in this world not to be better than the next man but rather help him be better than he was when we met. HS Dad (4 little ladies). Love is the answer.
http://www.NorthForkCSL.org

Where to begin? Dr. King is a great proponent of servant leadership and the founder of the NorthFork Center for Servant Leadership (link above). In his work at the center, King established Servant Hearts Thursdays – a program of guest blog posts from servant leadership proponents in different circles. Specific to Twitter though, he is a regular re-tweeter of great content from many sources. He’s also famous for his positive rants – when he gets something on his mind, you will receive a great flow of quotes, links and original insights into a given topic, such as motivation, selflessness and love. Thank you, Jack, for all you contribute to servant leadership awareness and adoption through Twitter.

My thanks to all of you for your great many contributions!

Question: Is there anyone you would add to this list?

  • Abcd

    Yes. Orrin Woodward and Chris Brady