Is it a particular technique? Or is it just a catchy slogan?
I think it's a way of considering your responsibility as a leader and your relationship with the other members on your team. It's a paradigm--a way of thinking about you and a way of thinking about them. Perhaps the attached article will help you if you've never considered the concept--put the term into a search engine and read more about it.
If you've considered the concept but never acted upon it, perhaps “What Services Do Servant Leaders Provide?” will serve as a source of inspiration.
This concept of “choosing a new path” is a powerful one. First, an individual must understand that the path he or she has been on led to where they are now!
Sometimes I work repetitively with a leader, and progress comes agonizingly slow. When I read Andy Stanley's new book, The Principle of the Path, I found an interesting distinction that might help.
Are you a visionary leader? Are you a vision-runner leader?