Leaders who seek to begin their journey toward servant leadership — or take another step forward in turning the traditional power model upside down — will gather in San Diego on March 13 and 14 for the annual Servant Leadership Conference, hosted by the Servant Leadership Institute (SLI).
The event theme, The Music of Servant Leadership, reflects the fact that servant leaders are tasked with inspiring and equipping people to play in harmony to produce extraordinary results.
This conference is intentionally kept to an intimate size (no more than 300) to ensure attendees have the chance to interact with the fantastic lineup of world-class thought leaders who will share their servant leadership knowledge as speakers, panelists, and workshop presenters.
In addition to SLI’s founder, Art Barter, and leadership guru Ken Blanchard, confirmed keynote speakers are Charles Hazlewood, an internationally renowned conductor and speaker; Kirsten Hadeed, a young entrepreneur who’s grown a part-time business she started during college into an award-winning company; and Juliet Funt, a productivity authority.
Attendees will also learn from several “conductors” who are actively creating their “beat” on a daily basis as they lead others. And, there will be plenty of time to practice through participation in lively interactive sessions. In little more than a day and a half, conference-goers will study all the pieces that must come together to create a beautiful melody in their workplace — and they’ll return home raring to conduct their own successful “symphony.”
This post is brought to you in partnership with the Servant Leadership Institute.