Working With Servant Leadership
An online Servant-Leadership seminar in 2020
3 - 6pm, 18th November 2020
Times are dark - there is a great deal of uncertainty with the COVID pandemic and Brexit changes and it is at such times we need a clear sense of purpose and to be able to have faith in our Government, public services, corporate businesses and the charities and voluntary sector organisations that impact so much in creating a civil society. In these difficult times we need to find the positive change and have the great leaders that can provide us all with the hope we need.
Our view is that the diamond nugget of Servant-Leadership needs to shine through with increasing brightness to guide and heal our society, our organisations and our leaders.
“Which, like a jewel hung in ghastly night,
makes black night beauteous, and her old face new.”
William Sakespeare Sonnet 27
“Servant -Leadership, the diamond nugget of management philosophy shining through in COVID times”
Join us on 18 November, 3pm to 6pm, for an on-line seminar on Servant-Leadership. There is a small fee for joining, for being able to speak, and for receiving a copy of the book “Working with Servant-Leadership” by Charlie Foote, which will be posted to you before the seminar, giving you time to read it before the session.
The fee is £10 direct, or £11 via Eventbrite. See you on the 18th!
Why you should attend
Please attend to find out more about Servant-Leadership and how it works to make better, more sustainable, more friendly organisations. And meet and connect with like-minded people who support and work with Servant-Leadership.
Three keynote presentations, followed by a lot of group discussion and exchange of ideas.
This is the 6th annual Northern conference on Servant-Leadership to be held in Leeds. Each conference has been well received and there has always been encouragement to hold another one!
NSLC3 is a not-for profit community interest company which organises the Northern conference and other events in Leeds. The proceeds from our conferences and other events are used to promote Servant-Leadership. There are no paid officers of any sort associated with NSLC3. Your support helps to maintain this cultural initiative.