“Being a Servant Leader” – To be a servant leader we must first recognize our spiritual leader, Christ, the example and then we should realize that He came to show us how to lead. We will study what respected leaders say and do to become effective servant leaders.
- Servant-leadership implies that one who leads must first be a servant to others – their employees, customers and/or the community.
- Important characteristics include listening, empathy, healing, persuasion, awareness, foresight, conceptualization, and commitment to other’s growth and development (Greenleaf, 1991).
- Servant leadership is a privilege provided by God. Being a servant leader means following in the footsteps of Jesus. ( Dr. Pamela C. Forbes)
Need an afternoon workshop?
A One Day Retreat? or Full Week of Seminars?
learning sessions tailored to
Length of Workshops – A portion of this topic can be share in a 1 – 2 hour session.
Length of Seminar sessions – Each topic (4 to 6 consecutive – 1 ½ hrs sessions)
Topics can be combined for a full week/5 day Seminar Conference.
Seminar Goal – These services were developed as a seminar of training workshops for the enhancement of interpersonal skill development within the families (parents and youth) and their connections in their communities. These skills are also transferable with in work groups and organizations. We desire to present afternoon and/or evening seminars within organizations, work groups, private schools and Churches throughout the United States and in the Caribbean.
Seminar and Workshops are affordable and can be sponsored by an organization or group or by a funding sources of your choosing. These organization may indicate if participants who are not sponsored by their organization will be able to attend and may chose to charged a minimal participant fee for attending. Please contact us for further details.
Information shared is for educational purposes only and does not in any way take the place of professionally trained therapeutic care provided by a licensed practitioner.