Effect Positive Changes as a Leader by Helping Others Become the Best They Can Be at What They Do
“The first and most important choice a leader has to make is the choice to serve, without which one’s capacity to lead is severely limited.” – Robert Greenleaf
Many associate the idea of leadership with words like power, authority, and charisma. But historically those people who have actually made lasting positive change know that true leadership is much more about developing individuals and building a community around a shared purpose. This course will introduce the fundamentals of Servant Leadership and help you identify and make the changes in your leadership style to Improve Your Serve.
- The characteristics and impact of historic servant-leaders
- The shared principles of effective servant leaders
- The practical changes necessary to move from power-based leadership to servant-leadership
- Compare and contrast power-leadership with servant-leadership
- Examine your own leadership style as it relates to the servant-leader model
- Reframe your attitude and approach to leadership to reflect the principles of servant-leadership
- Develop people to become the best at what they do
To register for this workshop
Visit the Becoming a Servant Leader registration page.
Benefits of Attending Becoming a Servant Leader
You will learn the principles and actions associated with sustained and effective leadership.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who desires to deepen their understanding and increase their leadership effectiveness through the principles of servant leadership.
Tue., June 18, 2019; 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Boise State Meridian Center, 2950 Magic View Dr., Ste. 188, Meridian, Idaho. View a map to Meridian Center for location and driving directions.
Tricia Burns – Tricia Burns, MBA, is currently Adjunct Faculty for Boise State University’s Multidisciplinary Studies. She also provides leadership training through Boise State’s Center for Professional Development. Tricia has worked in training capacities for most of her 20-year professional career and is known for the engaging approach she brings to workshop facilitation. In addition to Boise State, Tricia has experience in healthcare and government agencies, providing training, needs analysis, program development, program management, grant writing, and grant management. She has facilitated on-site custom training for Center’s clients in city, county, state and federal agencies. Tricia also has front-line supervision experience as a business owner and brings this unique view and expertise to her leadership and business classes.
$340 per person, includes all materials
Contact Us For More Information About Boise State Center for Professional Development
Phone: (208) 426-1709
Address: 2950 Magic View Dr., Ste. 188, Meridian, ID 83642