The paper is organized with three major sections: a review of the Servant leadership style and employees‟ organizational engagement, an analysis of its impacts on employees' organizational engagement, and implications for future research delving into this issue. | VNU Journal of Science: Policy and Management Studies, Vol. 33, No. 3 (2017) 58-71 Impacts of Servant Leadership Style on Organizational Engagement of Employees Implications for Research on Leadership and Employee Engagement Nguyen Anh Thu1,*, Duong Hong Anh2 1 VNU University of Social Sciences and Humanities,336 Nguyen Trai, Hanoi, Vietnam VNU University of Languages and International Studies, Pham Van Dong, Cau Giay, Hanoi, Vietnam 2 Received 07 August 2017 Revised 18 September 2017; Accepted 28 September 2017 Abstract: From a thorough examination of the relation between Servant leadership style and employees‟ organizational engagement, this study is conducted to theoretically evaluate how the style affects employees‟ organizational engagement. The paper is organized with three major sections: a review of the Servant leadership style and employees‟ organizational engagement, an analysis of its impacts on employees‟ organizational engagement, and implications for future research delving into this issue. Keywords: Leadership styles, Servant leadership, Employee engagement, Organizational engagement. 1. Introduction reducing employee turnover and improving organizational performance [2-4]. A question raised here is how to enhance employee engagement with their job and organization. There are several ways to address this question. One considerable factor that affects employee engagement is leadership style. Specifically, leaders/managers with a proper leadership style may motivate their employees to engage in useful activities contributing to organizational success . Thus, determining and developing the styles which positively link to employee engagement have emerged into an attractive topic to both academics and practitioners. Servant leadership style is not new but still interested by researchers because of its potential to improve employee engagement in the everchallenging context to organizations. The “How to achieve more for less in a sustainable .