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18 Key Practices of Servant Leadership - Cycle 1
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This course examines what makes a servant-leader effective, including strategies and practical application. For information on course objectives and desired outcomes, click here.

 Export to Your Calendar 2/9/2018 to 6/1/2018
When: Friday, February 9, 2018
12 PM - 1:30 PM
Where: Phone group sessions
Contact: Jeff Miller
(404) 836-0126


Online registration is available until: 1/26/2018
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Facilitated by Jeff Miller

Tuition $400.00 (Required books at registrants expense, can be purchased here

This course examines what makes a servant-leader effective, including strategies and practical application.  For information on course objectives and desired outcomes, click here.

COURSE SCHEDULE:

Phone group sessions will occur on the following Fridays from noon to 1:30 pm EST:  February 9th, March 9th, April 6th, May 4th, June 1st 2018

CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS

To receive a Certificate in “Key Practices of Servant Leadership”, the participant must:

  • Complete a course about listening and developing colleagues
  • Write a short reflection for the course displaying understanding of how servant leadership is and can be practiced
  • Undertake a project that incorporates listening skills or survey instruments
  • Contribute to class discussions and participating in five (5) 90-minute conference calls with facilitators and other participants*

*NOTE: Participants may make up one (1) missed phone group discussion;  Participants who miss more than one group discussion are not eligible to receive a course completion certificate.

COURSE READINGS: Required Reading: (Included in course tuition)

Isabel Lopez, The Wisdom of Servant Leadership (2012)

Don Frick and Sipe, Seven Pillars (Paulist Press, 2009)

Merwyn Hayes & Michael Comer, Start with Humility (Greenleaf Center, 2010)

Jamie Showkeir & Maren Showkeir, Authentic Conversations: Moving from Manipulation to Truth and Commitment(Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2008)

Daniel H. Kim, Foresight as the Central Ethic of Leadership (Greenleaf Center, 2002)

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