The Servant Leader: Maximizing Impact through Gratitude and Generosity


The Servant Leader: Maximizing Impact through Gratitude and Generosity

175.00 200.00

Friday, December 4th, 8am-4pm

led by Megan Gilmore

In 1970, Robert Greenleaf coined the term "servant leadership" but an ancient Chinese philosophy named Lao-Tzu was writing about this effective leadership philosophy and approach long before. The most effective and efficient leaders in the world have always operated from this controversial and paradoxical leadership paradigm. This day conference is for those that are looking for how to take their leadership to the next level. One that displays trust in the creativity and capability of followers, vulnerability and openness on the part of the leader and phenomenal performance outcomes from your team. This is a leadership approach that breeds gratitude and generosity that will impact those both in and outside your organization.

In this day conference, you can expect the following benefits:

  • Understanding of a servant leadership philosophy and its impact on your leadership endeavors
  • Group and individual coaching sessions around the impact of gratitude and
  • Tools for implementing a culture of honor in your team or organization and measuring unexpected outcomes
  • A customized generosity plan of action that uses the resources that are already flourishing
  • Complimentary breakfast, lunch, snacks, and beverages
  • Conference printed materials and resource guide
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