Top 10 Servant Leadership Tweeters in 2011

Top Servant Leader Tweeters Award - 2011Part of my mission is to spread servant leadership awareness. Therefore, I greatly appreciate folks on Twitter who spread servant leadership content. Last year, I highlighted 5 individuals to whom I was especially grateful for their ongoing support and promotion of these principles. This year, I’ve expanded the list to 10 and created a more formal recognition. Here are this year’s winners:

10. Axiom News

Axiom’s news network is full of great information that is worth sharing. Several times this year, they’ve taken a story that may have only been seen by servant leadership proponents and shared it with a broader audience. I am grateful to them for their contiuing covereage of our movement.

Axiom Twitter IconTwitter Bio

AxiomNews: We are called to co-create a strengths-based life-giving news network for a renewed and thriving world. Tweets share news on movements making a difference.

9. Greenleaf Center

The universally recognized organization promoting servant leadership is expanding their online presence. This year reflected a notable uptick in their presence on Twitter and other social media channels.

Greenleaf Twitter IconTwitter Bio

@GreenleafCenter: The Greenleaf Center promotes the awareness, understanding, and practice of servant leadership by individuals and organizations.

8. Jeff Miller

Speaking of the Greenleaf Center…  I first met Jeff at the Greenleaf Servant Leadership conference several years ago. Since that time, I’ve been impressed by his growing influence on Twitter. I’m always excited to see what servant leadership content he is sharing.

Jeff Miller Twitter IconTwitter Bio

@JeffMiller79: Builder, Connector of Human Leadership Networks. Focus on: collaboration, leadership, learning, complexity, & change.

 7. Lazarus Ross

Mr. Ross is a great example of a servant leader proponent who embeds the principles in everyday life. He also possesses an especially innovative mind with an eye toward business.

Lazarus Ross Twitter IconTwitter Bio

@LazarusRoss: Christ-Follower, Toastmaster, Financial Intelligence Freak, Education Reform Activist, Leadership Fanatic, Networker, Entrepreneur

6. Ken Blanchard

The first returning member from last year’s list, Ken actually leads one of the organizations our number 1 contributor this year hails from. Ken’s appeal for and support of the servant leadership movement is undeniable.

Ken Blanchard Twitter IconTwitter Bio

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

 5. Laurie Beth Jones

Laurie Beth Jones and her team have that instant, trusted advisor appeal. Part of her core message includes an appeal for servant leadership principles.

Laurie Beth Jones Twitter IconTwitter Bio

@LaurieBethJones: Best-Selling author and speaker (Jesus CEO, The Path). Changing the World one mission at a time. Assisted here by Brandi and team [email protected]

4. Dr. Jack King

Jack is last year’s top tweeter. His presentations on servant leadership are very unique. I especially like his emphasis on native american leadership lessons and quotes. This year, Dr. King’s Collective Voice at ServantHearts.com focused its attention more specifically on empowerment. However, he still continues to share great servant leadership perspectives.

Dr. Jack King Twitter IconTwitter Bio

@DrJackKing: 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. Homeschool dad. Love is the answer.

3. JT Jackson

Mr. Jackson is another returning member from last year’s list and still holds the best Twitter name. “Servant Tweeter” often shares the latest and greatest of the servant leadership movement. But that’s not all. JT is also a great servant leadership practitioner, as he works to bring greater educational opportunities to his community.

JT Jackson Twitter IconTwitter Bio

@ServantTweeter: Servant First, Leader Always; Life Coach; Inspirational Speaker; Good Guy

2. James Strock

James wrote Serve To Lead and books on both Reagan and Roosevelt’s leadership. I often find myself nodding in agreement with his posts and those he shares from others.

James Strock Twitter IconTwitter Bio

@JamesStrock: Serve to Lead® Inc. Businessman, Speaker & Citizen Servant in fields of 21st Century Leadership Development & Sustainability | Clean Tech.

1. S. Chris Edmonds

I found Chris by chance on Twitter and am glad I did. Chris’s content through Ken Blanchard companies and his own blog is frequently among the best servant leadership material. Chris has his pulse on the servant leadership movement and keeps us updated whenever he finds something worth sharing.

S Chris Edmonds Twitter IconTwitter Bio

@SCEdmonds: Speaker, author, senior consultant with @kenblanchard, author #CORPORATECULTUREtweet & Leading At A Higher Level, @JonesAndRaine member.

Criteria for Top Servant Leadership Tweeters

Congratulations to those recognized this year! If you did not make the list, there is a good chance I just missed you in my consolidation effort. Please let me know of anyone you feel should be added, with a comment below. While these results are entirely subjective and at my own discretion, here are the rough criteria I used for the selection and placement:

1. Servant Leadership Promotion: The individual or organization must promote “servant leadership”. There are countless individuals promoting the principles and ideals of servant leadership under some other name or terminology. Unfortunately, that group is simply too large for me to capture and reflect here.

2. Frequency: References to servant leadership must be frequent. The higher the frequency, the higher the placement on this list, generally speaking.

3. Activity: The account must be currently active and not fully automated.

Recognition

This year’s top servant leadership tweeters receive formal recognition in the form of a Top Servant Leadership Tweeter badge, as displayed below. If you are among the winners and need any assistance with displaying the badge, please contact me for additional support.

Directions:

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1. Large (175×192, 44kb), PNG Badge:

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Please modify the link however you like. If you need another size of the graphic (it is currently 175×192), just contact me at the link above.

Question: Who did I miss? Who else on Twitter is a big servant leadership proponent?

 

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  1. Richard Angulo January 1, 2012 at 7:16 pm - Reply

    Thanks for sharing

  2. The Serving Leader January 1, 2012 at 7:35 pm - Reply

    Might want to check out http://leadershippgl.wordpress.com/

    • Ben Lichtenwalner January 2, 2012 at 11:43 am - Reply

      Thanks! I was not familiar with Griff or his work. I look forward to reading more from him.

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  4. S. Chris Edmonds May 23, 2012 at 6:58 pm - Reply

    Ben, I’m honored to make this list – what a terrific group of servant leadership experts to be included in!

    Cheers!

    C.

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