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A Global Gathering For
Leaders Who Serve First

Becoming a servant-leader is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor. Sometimes it’s up-close and hands-on. At other times it’s watching from afar, allowing room for the development of character. But whether near or far, in-step, ahead, or behind, the servant-leader is always connected, leading with intention, serving to elevate.

We invite you to join us at the International Servant-Leader Summit.

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A Global Gathering For
Leaders Who Serve First

Becoming a servant-leader is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor. Sometimes it’s up-close and hands-on. At other times it’s watching from afar, allowing room for the development of character. But whether near or far, in-step, ahead, or behind, the servant-leader is always connected, leading with intention, serving to elevate.

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Featured Speakers

Don C. Frick, Ph.D.

Presentation Title: “Author of Greenleaf’s Biography, In Our Contemporary Society it Began 50 Years Ago”

James C. Hunter

Author, Speaker, Master Teacher

Presentation Title: “Creating Excellence with those you Lead”

John McHugh

Director of Corporate Communications, Leadership Development, and Training for Kwik Trip, Inc.

Presentation Title: “Creating a Culture of Excellence”

Clifton Taulbert

Entrepreneur, Pulitzer Nominee, International Lecturer, CEO

Presentation Title: “According to a source from Pretoria, SA….President Mandela kept Taulbert’s book on his desk”

Jeff Thompson, M.D.

Presentation Title: “A True Leader puts People, Organization, and Community First”

Jason Tuschen

CEO and Co-Founder of Randori INC, Chief of Strategy at RSTOR - Retired SEAL Command Master Chief

Presentation Title: “The Sunni and the SEAL:  Ethical Values in the Fog of War”

Rick Kyte

Endowed Professor and Director of the D. B. Reinhart Institute- Viterbo University

Presentation Title: “Ethical Decision-Making in High Stress Situations”

Bill O'Rourke

Presentation Title: “Leading with Integrity”

IT’S TIME TO REIMAGINE THE WAY WE LEAD

June 10-12, 2020 
Milwaukee, WI
Hosted at Alverno College

Join us June 10-12 and discover the power and potential that’s released when we lead as servants first. As a servant-leader, you’ll discover how to create more people-centered institutions, strengthen relationships, and provide greater creative opportunities throughout society. Let’s build a world designed for others to flourish. Let’s lead by serving. 

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What You’ll Learn

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Day 1: Foundation of Servant Leadership

This track will discuss the what, how, who, why of Servant-Leadership and will seek answers through the sharing of peer discussions.  

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Applied Ethics in the 21 Century

This track will discuss the challenges organizations face with applied ethics when moral considerations are more complicated with far-reaching ripples than could ever be anticipated. 

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Applying the Research Evidence on Servant Leadership – What We Know and Where We Go From Here

This track will focus on the large body of scientific research on servant leadership, and translating it into useful evidence-based knowledge for managers and practitioners.

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Community Guardians

This track concerns the introduction of Servant-Leadership through the experiences of first responders, social services workers, and community engagement leaders sharing best practices in the application of servant-leadership principles.

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Health Care

This track focuses on the challenges prestigious healthcare organizations are facing while implementing servant-leadership programs as well as outcomes they are achieving and the processes leadership accountability.

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Inspirational Experiences of Servant Leaders

This track focuses on the inspiring applications, culture changes, and the results from a diverse set of organizations with unique stories and their challenges.

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Millennials

This track identifies millennial issues and representation to educate the constituency in one area of our society that are the evolving leaders of the future, as well as clearing up the misconceptions of this servant-leader prone generation.

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Universities & Schools

This track will use interactive presentations to identify how to integrate Servant-Leadership into the overall mission of Schools, Colleges, and Universities. 

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Wisconsin Statewide All-Volunteer Servant-Leadership

This track focuses on building Servant-Leader communities of practice. Participants will have an opportunity to gain insights, learn about structures and practices, and engage in roundtable conversations.

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IT’S TIME TO REIMAGINE THE WAY WE LEAD

June 10-12, 2020   –   Milwaukee, WI   –   Hosted at Alverno College

Join us June 10-12 and discover the power and potential that’s released when we lead as servants first. As a servant-leader, you’ll discover how to create more people-centered institutions, strengthen relationships, and provide greater creative opportunities throughout society. Let’s build a world designed for others to flourish. Let’s lead by serving. 

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Major Sponsors

Grow Yourself to Enrich the Lives of Others

Build Better Organizations

Create a More Loving and Just Society

Watch for Speakers & Sessions Coming Soon

STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Dr. Dan Lococo

Mainstreaming on Main Street, Inc.

Dr. Dan Lococo

Barrier Knocker Downer

Mainstreaming on Main Street, Inc.

Chair of Track: Wisconsin Statewide All-Volunteer Servant-Leadership

Douglas Nelson, P.E.

Milwaukee School of Engineering

Douglas Nelson, P.E.

Assistant Professor in Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management

Milwaukee School of Engineering

Chair of Track: Universities & Schools

Edith Hudson

Marquette University Police Department

Edith Hudson

Chief of Police

Marquette University Police Department

Chair of Track: Community Guardians

Gene Wright

Rader School of Business

Gene Wright

Program Director of Graduate Management Programs

Faculty Fellow of the CREATE Institute

Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE)

Rader School of Business

Héctor Colón

Luthern Social Services of Wisconsin

Héctor Colón

President and CEO

Luthern Social Services of Wisconsin

Jeffrey S. Russell, Ph.D.

UW-Madison

Jeffrey S. Russell, Ph.D.

Vice Provost for Lifelong Learning, Dean, Div. of Continuing Studies

UW-Madison

Jesse DePinto

Frontdesk

Jesse DePinto

Founder and Chief Growth Officer

Frontdesk

Jim Kerlin

Beyond -Vision

Jim Kerlin

 President and CEO

Jim Lemoine

State University of New York

Jim Lemoine

Assistant Professor of Organization and Human Resources

University at Buffalo School of Management, State University of New York

Chair of Track: Applying the Research Evidence on Servant Leadership – What We Know and Where We Go From Here

Joe Kiedinger

Prophit

Joe Kiedinger

CEO/Director of Creative Services

Prophit

Joe Goss

University of Wisconsin Information Technology

Joe Goss

Senior Business Analyst And Project Manager, DoIT

University of Wisconsin Information Technology

Kim Muench

Alverno College

Kim Muench

Senior Director of Development

Alverno College

LuAnn Bird

LuAnn Bird

Pat M. Falotico

Robert K. Greenleaf for Servant Leadership

Pat M. Falotico

CEO

Robert K. Greenleaf for Servant Leadership

Richard R. Pieper, Sr.

PPC Partners, Inc.

Richard R. Pieper, Sr.

Chairman Emeritus

PPC Partners, Inc.

Chair of Tracks: DAY 1 Foundations of Servant Leadership,

Actual Experiences of Servant Leaders

Dr. Richard Kyte

Viterbo University

Dr. Richard Kyte

Endowed Professor, D. B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership

Viterbo University

Chair of Track: Applied Ethics in the 21st Century

Tom Thibodeau

Viterbo University

Tom Thibodeau

Distinguished Professor of Servant Leadership

Viterbo University

World-Wide Reflections from Past Attendees

My cup is overflowing with gratitude. May you have great joy, knowing that all of your conference efforts are a gift that will keep on giving for a long time to come.

Past Attendee

Words of wisdom shared at the conference worthy of being tattooed on the mind.

Jeff P., Past Attendee

会议重点关注有利于社会最低特权和提升所有成员的领导风格,这在一个经常分裂的世界中是真正令人钦佩和重要的。汤姆巴雷特密尔沃基市长

Tom Barrett, Milwaukee Mayor

Los altavoces me inspiraron. Eran tan reales. La sabiduría fluyó a través de ellos de manera tan natural y profunda que tocó a quienes la escuchamos.

Asistente Anterior

भविष्य के नेताओं को उनकी व्यक्तिगत यात्रा को समझने में मदद करने, दूसरों के प्रति उनकी प्रतिबद्धता की पहचान करने और नैतिक निर्णय लेने के कौशल को लागू करने से अधिक अच्छे के लिए समर्पित समाज बनाने में मदद मिलती है। – स्कॉट डब्ल्यू

Scott W., Past Attendee

Fortunate to include Greenleaf Conference on the short list of recommended resources for my client team’s professional development.

Past Attendee

Meraviglioso! Ringiovanito! Incoraggiato! Sono impaziente di continuare con il mio programma di ricerca e la mia enfasi personale sulla leadership dei servitori.

Partecipante Passato,

Ich war durch die Konferenzerfahrung in vielerlei Hinsicht wirklich begabt.

Ginny G., Past Attendee

это была такая замечательная публика! Это была радость служить и делиться с ними.

Эми Бланксон, Счастье Эксперт

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