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This chapter presents the concept of the emergency services leader being one who is a steward for the greater good. The steward is one willing to cultivate the organization, being a champion for its people and progress. They see the organization as a system, understanding that the system has to work in order for the organization to be successful. The steward works for the greater good by being in service to something bigger than self. They make meaning out of building a positive community of responders. They subscribe to the idea the followers have to be mentored so that one-day they are ready to be servant leaders themselves.
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