Join Meta Solutions as we host an exclusive training event presented by the Center for Serving Leadership. The Serving Leader Cohort is powerful, hands-on training in The Serving Leader Model. The cohort will meet once a month for six months. Through it, you’ll learn how to apply The 5 Actions of the Serving Leader Model that have transformed organizations worldwide.
At the end of the six months, you'll be able to:
RUN TO GREAT PURPOSE — provide compelling purpose for great work and create organization-wide alignment.
UPEND THE PYRAMID — create a culture of shared ownership and demonstrate genuine care and value.
RAISE THE BAR — carve out core values and embed them into everyday practices.
BLAZE THE TRAIL — clear the way for winning performance and remove barriers and wasted effort.
BUILD ON STRENGTH — capitalize on employees' abilities and cultivate greater engagement.
The Serving Leader Cohort for Educators will meet once a month for six months. Through it, you’ll learn experience:
Your facilitator, Dr. John Stahl-Wert:
Dr. John Stahl-Wert is a best-selling author, speaker, and expert in growing great leaders. He touches the hearts of thousands of people through his books, keynote addresses, and work helping organizations bring out the very best in their people. John serves as president of Newton Institute and director of its Center for Serving Leadership, providing services that enable individual, organizational, and community transformation based on The 5 Actions in the book, The Serving Leader.
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Chris Lowery, Chancellor, Columbus/Southeast Region, Ivy Tech Community College
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