The impact of will social media on leadership within the corporate and business environment

The impact of will social media on leadership within the corporate and business environment. The adoption of the servant leadership. (need to be adjusted)

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This is for Chapter 1 (introduction including the abstract) and chapter 2 literature review. Each Chapter will be 20 pages, in total 40 pages.

The dissertation is on the topic below and the title of the paper needs to be changed and looks more professional. Also, I’ve attached a sample dissertation to follow
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The impact of will social media on leadership within the corporate and business environment. The adoption of the servant leadership.

The paper should be on the servant leadership theory and how social media will impact that. Social media tools are communication tools, so they are changing the way
leaders communicate. As NYU Professor Clay Shirky points out, the big innovation with social media is that it blends two-way conversation (listening and talking) with
the mass reach of broadcasting (one-way communication). In short, social media allows mass LISTENING, where only mass talking was possible before. It is now possible
to have two-way communications on a far bigger scale.

This means that a communication skill for leaders moving forward is not only the ability to communicate messages down from the top but also to RECEIVE messages from
people at the bottom – customers, constituents, employees, etc.

Servant leadership is both a leadership philosophy and set of leadership practices. Traditional leadership generally involves the accumulation and exercise of power by
one at the “top of the pyramid.” By comparison, the servant-leader shares power puts the needs of others first and helps people develop and perform as highly as
possible. Servant leadership turns the power pyramid upside down; instead of the people working to serve the leader, the leader exists to serve the people. When
leaders shift their mindset and serve first, they unlock purpose and ingenuity in those around them, resulting in higher performance and engaged, fulfilled employees.
A servant leader’s purpose should be to inspire and equip the people they influence.