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Leaders Do Lunch: Community of Practice
June 28 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
This month’s topic: The Spirit of Servant Leadership edited by Shann Ray Ferch & Larry Spears with a foreword by Peter Block
This month’s book is definitely not a “how-to” book filled with quick fixes, tools, and techniques for practicing servant leadership. It is, however, a book filled with wisdom, stories, and practical application of “how-to” to think about servant leadership.
Facilitated by Sophia Partners Executive Director, Christa Williams, this session will invite attendees to learn from servant leadership thought-leaders featured in the book such as Peter Block, Margaret Wheatley, and Deborah Welch, which includes a story about Sophia founder Ginny Gilmore. Through learning lessons, small group discussions, thought-provoking dialogue and practical application we will explore:
- The grammatical significance of the hyphen used in the term servant-leader,
- How servant leadership coaching makes an impact on those served,
- And, the impact of changing our questions makes a difference in how people build relationships, get work done and inspire positive change.
About this Conversation
Leaders Do Lunch is a fully virtual offering for learning about your individual servant leadership strengths and learning new practices through small group discussion, facilitated conversations, and personal reflection. This event happens on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CST via Zoom.
Registration is required for the Zoom link in order to participate. Registration is open now here!
Community of Practice sessions are amazing opportunities for any and all area leaders to gather and learn from each other. Attendees build, share, and learn from others through these monthly sessions as a community of servant leaders. It’s highly interactive and each month a different servant leadership topic is explored. The same topic is covered during both sessions monthly (Coffee & Conversation and Leaders Do Lunch). Learn more about the Community of Practice program here.