A Servant Leader or a Leader Man...
Servant Leader: Has something to say
LeaderMan: Wants a platform on which to say something
LeaderMan: Wants you to know he's a Leader
Servant Leader: You're not sure he knows he's a leader
LeaderMan: Loves the idea of the Gospel, and the idea of The Church
Servant Leader: Loves God and the actual individual people God brings across his path
LeaderMan: Helps you find where God is leading you in his organization
Servant Leader: Helps you find where God is leading you
LeaderMan: Gets together with you to talk about his vision
Servant Leader: Just gets together with you
LeaderMan: Wants the right people on the bus
Servant Leader: Wants to find the right bus for you, and sit next to you on it
LeaderMan: Invests time in you, if you are "key people"
Servant Leader: Wastes time with you
LeaderMan: Gives you things to do
Servant Leader: Gives you freedom
This came from This Is My Body via Brant Hanson.
I really like it.
Think I would want to add:
LeaderMan: How many people come to your church
Servant Leader: How deep are the relationships you've got in your church
Servant Leader: Wants to walk with you in the pain
LeaderMan: Wants to fix you
I'm sure the list could go on and on...