Servant Leadership for Supervisors
6/3/2014, 8:30:00 AM-3:30:00 PM
Location: Small Business Development Center, 2701 Larsen Road, Green Bay, WI
Fees: $200; $175 for 3 or more participants from same organization
Great organizations, including Southwest Airlines, Starbucks, Intel and countless others, are using Servant Leadership as a foundation for their success. Whether you lead a major corporation, a small business, a church, or simply yourself, servant leadership applies to you. Our goal is to provide tangible ways to implement servant leadership in your life and in the lives of those you serve.
John Maxwell has stated, "Everything rises and falls on leadership." We believe this to be true and also believe we have great opportunities to develop ourselves as leaders. Servant Leadership provides the step-by-step process to continue to elevate your own leadership to the next level. When you elevate your leadership, the organizations you serve are also elevated.
The Gallup Management Journal has found there are three types of employees: engaged, not engaged, and actively disengaged.
Our goal is to see organizations filled with people who are engaged in their work. This is why the Servant Leadership program exists--to encourage new levels of engagement and productivity.
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Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the US Small Business Administration (SBA). Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Ryan Kauth, 2701 Larsen Road, Green Bay, WI 54303, and (920) 496-2117. The support given by the SBA does not constitute an expressed or implied endorsement of the opinions, products, or serves of the SBDC. The Small Business Development Center is part of the UW-Green Bay Division of Outreach and Adult Access. We are also a partner in education with the University of Wisconsin-Extension. SBDC programs are nondiscriminatory and available to individuals with disabilities. AA/EOE.
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