Sunday, May 9, 2010

Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership International Conference Coming To Columbus

The Greenleaf Center's Annual International Conference provides the opportunity for servant-leaders and those interested in Servant Leadership to meet each other, learn about servant leadership resources, and inspiration by outstanding speakers and workshop leaders. Over the years, speakers have included James Autry, Warren Bennis, Ken Blanchard, Peter Block, Max DePree, Stephen Covey, Joseph Jaworski, Laurie Beth Jones, Richard J. Leider, Ann McGee-Cooper, M. Scott Peck, Peter M. Senge, Margaret Wheatley, Lea Williams, and many other outstanding experts on leadership. There are two or three dozen workshops to choose from during a number of concurrent breakout sessions, as well as a one-day pre-conference with several in-depth workshops.

The 20th Annual International Conference will be held in Atlanta and Columbus, Georgia, June 16-18, 2010. The pre-conference on June 16 will consist of a day in Columbus, Georgia, a servant-leader city. Buses will leave from the Sheraton Atlanta in the morning and return to the hotel from Columbus that evening. During the morning, attendees will visit organizations in Columbus that are applying servant leadership principles.

The afternoon will be at the Convention & Trade Center in Columbus, where attendees will enjoy a luncheon with a featured speaker, and then attend workshops.

The regular conference will be held over the next two days, June 17-18, at the Sheraton Atlanta. There will be five featured speakers and more than 20 concurrent workshops. The conference will conclude on Friday night, June 18, with a Celebration Dinner.

For more information about the conference, go to www.greenleaf.org.

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