Servant leadership has less been mentioned in previous leadership discussions until in recent literature. Servant leadership emphasizes respect, care, spirit and attitude of the service in organizations. The servant leadership allows leaders to pay more attention to the persons, face the challenges of uncertainty, and stimulate enthusiasm. This study aims to determine the colleagues’ perceptions on the servant leadership. A self-designed fuzzy questionnaire was used to tackle the specific servant leadership in organizations. The target groups are 425 teachers in 15 junior high schools in New Taipei City. The valid samples are 341. It represents 80.2% response rate. This study applied fuzzy statistics to transform the interval data and interpret the results. The findings provide suggestions for those who are responsible for supervising, evaluating, and developing people in leadership positions or who want to analyze their leadership performance for further development. Lessons from these schools may provide some useful information for enhancing leadership. This study suggests that the fuzzy distance is an alternative way to interpret a specific issue.