Reimagining the Servant Leadership Model: Starting With Self
About the Webinar
The servant leadership model has long been praised for helping leaders authentically prioritize their people, resulting in increased performance and profits for their organizations. However, it has also been interpreted (and practiced) as a model that advocates subverting self in favor of others. Is there a way to reimagine the servant leadership model in a way that allows leaders to take care of themselves first, in order to effectively serve the team they lead?
Join us for this webinar as we explore new ways to approach the servant leadership model by leading with self-awareness and resilience. We cast a new light on what servant leadership means, bringing our research and expertise to bear on how we take care of others by first taking care of ourselves.
What You’ll Learn
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to reimagine the servant leadership model by applying resilience and self-care practices
- Strategies for increasing self-awareness to improve leadership effectiveness
- How to fuel your servant leadership effectively in order to collaborate for the greater good
Focus on resilience to reimagine the servant leadership model, and help your team form habits that create conditions for peak performance with our online resilience program, The Resilience Advantage. The practical, scientific, and application-based approach will allow your leaders to avoid burnout, and instead, burn bright.
About the Presenters
Director of Development & Alumni Relations
Center for Creative Leadership
Brook serves as Director of Development & Alumni Relations for CCL and is a member of our Societal Advancement Leadership Team. Societal Advancement serves CCL’s nonprofit, K-12 education, higher education, and population health clients and funders. Brook leads a team that is responsible for business development and philanthropy that increase impact in the social sector. She is also an Adjunct Coach and is certified in CCL’s Benchmarks 360 Assessment Suite and is trained to deliver CCL’s unique coaching workshop, Better Conversations Every Day™. Brook brings 20+ years of nonprofit leadership experience to CCL, including work in independent schools, regional professional theater, United Way, and a statewide child welfare agency. Brook has built both systems and teams and led several organizational culture-change efforts, creating increased impact both for organizations and the communities they serve.
Evaluation Faculty, Societal Advancement
Center for Creative Leadership
Michelle Schneider is part of our Societal Advancement’s Insights & Impact Group where she serves as Evaluation Faculty, helping to design and deliver evaluation services to measure the impact of our work on nonprofit leaders, their organizations, and the communities they serve. She has led work in the nonprofit sector for 20 years in various capacities, including as executive director, board member, and external evaluator. Michelle is passionate about helping nonprofits better deliver on their missions through investing in their internal talent and leaders. She has a MA in nonprofit leadership and management from the University of San Diego and a BA in human service studies from Cornell University. Michelle is currently working on a PhD in leadership studies with a focus on nonprofit and philanthropic leadership.
Learning and Organizational Development Manager Habitat for Humanity, International (HFHI)
Felicia Williams is the learning and organizational manager with Habitat for Humanity, International (HFHI). In this role, she is responsible for training, facilitation, and consultative support to HFHI staff. Felicia is passionate about supporting Habitat professionals in their quest to excel in the workplace.
Through her personal and professional endeavors, she is committed to promoting the importance of service and equipping others to serve. Over the past 20 years, she has provided program management, volunteer development, and training for premier non-profit organizations such as Dress for Success Atlanta and the Points of Light Foundation.
Felicia is a proud graduate of Tuskegee University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. A servant to all mankind, Felicia is a member of the Pi Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, where she serves on the risk management and educational enrichment committees.
Moss High Performance Consulting, LLC
Susan Moss has more than 30 years’ experience facilitating learning and leading teams, processes and programs across multiple industries, functions, and geographies.
She recently retired from Cardinal Health where she oversaw leadership development programs for high potential executives and mid-level leaders as well as the enterprise-wide mentoring program for the organization. Her programs won awards from ATD and Brandon Hall.
Susan partnered with CCL in the development and delivery of Cardinal Health’s first leadership development program for managers in the Asia-Pacific region.
She received her bachelor’s degree from the Ohio State University, majoring in Operations Management. Susan completed an executive education certificate program in Finance and Marketing through the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.
Susan leveraged her extensive talent management experience to launch her own coaching and consulting practice. In her free time, she enjoys reading, volunteering, all types of crafting and spending time with family.