Servant Leadership Live—Fall Series for Learning and Development Practitioners
13-City Tour to Help HR Leaders Build a Servant Leadership Curriculum in Their Organization
"Many organizations hit a plateau and struggle in getting to the next level," says Ken Blanchard, Chief Spiritual Officer of The Ken Blanchard Companies. "We believe the key to breaking through is Servant Leadership, a management approach in which people lead best when they serve first."
With the first event taking place in Toronto on September 25, Servant Leadership Live will guide HR professionals on how to create servant leaders who engage people to work at their best. The other cities in the tour are Boston, Washington DC, Atlanta, Minneapolis, Chicago, Denver, San Antonio, Dallas, Seattle, San Jose, San Diego, and Costa Mesa.
"The leadership development professionals who attended the spring pilot series in Houston, Ft. Lauderdale, and New York loved the opportunity to explore servant leadership principles together with their peers and discuss how an others-focused approach could improve performance in their companies," says Nicole Pappas, Senior Consulting Partner and Solutions Architect at The Ken Blanchard Companies.
Based on best-selling business author Ken Blanchard's latest book, Servant Leadership in Action, participants will learn the fundamentals of Servant Leadership and action steps to begin implementing it in their organization immediately. For the list of dates and locations, go to https://www.kenblanchard.com/
About The Ken Blanchard Companies
The Ken Blanchard Companies is the global leader in management training. For nearly 40 years, Blanchard has been creating the best managers in the world, training over 150,000 people each year. From the award-winning First-time Manager program—based on the best-selling business book, The New One Minute Manager®—to SLII®, the most widely taught leadership model in the world, Blanchard is the provider of choice of Fortune 500 companies as well as small to medium businesses, governments, and educational and nonprofit organizations.
Vanessa Lacey, Marketing Communications