Green leaf Conference 2017: Program at a Glance (Program & Speakers Confirmed to Date)

Thread 1

Where am I on my Servant
Leadership Journey?

Thread 2

How do I know Servant
Leadership makes a

Thread 3

How do I contribute to a
more loving and just society?

Day 1

Pre-Conference Site Visits

Exhibits, Bookstore, Registration

Welcome Reception

Opening Session

Keynote Speaker John Beede Climb on Success

World Café

Day 2

General session

Welcome to Dallas Jack Lowe, Jr. TD Industries

Workshops and Presenters –

    Servant Leadership at Work:

Learning how servant leadership is being used successfully in competitive, collaborative, institutional, crisis, and civic environments.

Linda Belton, Retired US Veterans Health Administration
Kent Keith, Pan Pacific University
Joe Patrnchak, Green Summit Partners LLC
Dr. Eric Russell, Utah Valley State University
Tom Thibodeau, Viterbo University

Day 2

Greenleaf CEO Roundtable Larry Spears, Kent Keith, Pat Falotico

Keynote Speaker Luncheon Address

Ann McGee-Cooper Servant Leadership Spirit Carrier Award

Workshops and Presenters –

    Servant Leadership – How Do We Know It Works:

Learning from Academic Research, Greenleaf’s Best Test®, and insights from social and business sector leaders.

Phil Anderson, Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership Greenleaf Scholars
Jim Lemoine, University of Buffalo-SUNY
Jeff Miller, Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership
Hannah Spell, Strategic Management Decisions (SMD)

Business Sector Leader Panel
Social Sector Leader Panel

Dine Around with Speakers and Networks

Day 3

General Session Keynote Speaker Amy Blankson Goodthink, Inc.

Workshops and Presenters –

    Pursuing a More Loving and Just Society:

Learning about our highest calling, serving those beyond our institutions.

InwardBound Center for Non-Profit Leadership
Tom Thibodeau, Viterbo University

Mac Tristan, Coppell (TX) Police Department Paxton Williams, George Washington Carver Legacy

The Greenleaf Charter Ceremony

Keynote Speaker

Closing Challenge


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