Servant Leadership—Do’s and Don’ts When Creating a Curriculum for Your Organization

June 8, 2018 David Witt

Learn how to create a servant leadership culture in your organization. The just published June issue of Blanchard’s Ignite newsletter shares tips and strategies for leadership, learning, and talent development professionals. Highlights include

Do’s and Don’ts When Creating a Servant Leadership Curriculum

You have to resist the temptation to treat a servant leadership initiative as just a training intervention, says Blanchard senior consulting partner Bob Freytag. “Instead see it, ideally, as a gradual way of being.”

 

In this special session designed for leadership, learning, and talent development professionals, senior consulting partner Bob Freytag will explore how to apply servant leadership principles within your organization to improve satisfaction, performance, and engagement.

 

“At first, the thought of launching the training to managers throughout the globe seemed at least a little daunting,” explains Carli Whitfield-Stoller, Sr. Manager, Global Learning and Development. “However, we’ve been able to train 98 percent of our leaders through our strategy of partnering.”

 

Podcast: Mike Rognlien on This Is Now Your Company

In this episode of the Blanchard LeaderChat podcast we speak with Mike Rognlien, author of This Is Now Your Company on how every person must own their contribution to the organizational fabric of a company.

 

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About the Author

David  Witt

David Witt is a Program Director for The Ken Blanchard Companies. He is an award-winning researcher and host of the companies’ monthly webinar series. David has also authored or coauthored articles in Fast Company, Human Resource Development Review, Chief Learning Officer and US Business Review.

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