Our Spring Citywide is scheduled for Tuesday, April 2nd.

Roundtables

Connect with like-minded people

While every roundtable discussion is slightly different, each one is built around a proven model. Roundtables are meetings run by volunteer facilitators who are devoted to walking the path of a servant-leader in their everyday and professional lives.

If you are interested in connecting with like-minded people to grow and learn together, your local roundtable is for you! The goal of each roundtable is to provide support for Servant-Leaders on their journey and/or information for those interested in learning more about Servant Leadership.

What to Expect:

  • Next Meeting Date: Thursday, May 2nd
  • Meeting Time: 8:00 am – 9:00 am
  • Meeting Topic: How is leadership today different from a generation ago?
  • Topic Summary
  • Event Format: In-Person
  • Location: Machine Shed Restaurant
    • N14W24145 Tower Pl, Waukesha, WI 53188
  • How to RegisterEmail Facilitator Gene Wright
  • Facilitator: Gene Wright – [email protected]
  • Special Notes: If you would like to order your own coffee and/or breakfast, please come 10 – 15 minutes early.

Registration

  • Next Meeting Date: Thursday, April 11th
  • Meeting Time: 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
  • Meeting Topic: Stewardship
  • Topic Summary: Setting goals for people, defining the measures of progress toward those goals, and then rewarding them for reaching them does not honor their capabilities. In its most benign form, our control becomes some variation of supervision by a loving parent. Stewardship asks us to serve our organizations and be accountable to them without caretaking and without taking control. And in letting caretaking and control go, we hold on to the spiritual meaning of stewardship: to honor what has been given to us, to use power with a sense of grace, and to pursue purposes that transcend short-term self interest.

    If we take this to heart, this means we are all stewards, but we do not define ourselves by the amount of responsibility we have or how central we are in the eyes of other people. Stewardship in an institutional setting means attending to the service brought to each employee, customer, supplier, and community. To be accountable to those we have power over. This is accountability congruent with the redistribution of power, privilege, and purpose. This means initiating political reform so as to govern in service of those doing the work.

    Peter Block – “Stewardship: Choosing Service Over Self-Interest”

  • Event Format: In-Person
  • Location: MSOE – CREATE Institute
    • 1025 N. Broadway, Milwaukee, WI 53202 – Classroom CC03 (Ground Floor of Campus Center)
  • How to Register: see below
  • Facilitator: Dr. Michael Sevier – [email protected]

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  • Next Meeting Date: Thursday, April 11th
  • Meeting Time: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
  • Meeting TopicServant Leaders Are Open to Improvement  

  • Topic Summary: “Start where people are. The servant leader is not closed minded. He will do his best to convince others to see things his way; that much is true. However, the servant leader listens and learns from his constituents. He is open to improvement. So, if he is convinced that the other is right, he will gracefully accede to the other’s suggestion.“

    Jenette Nagy
     

  • Event Format: Virtual
  • Location: Zoom
  • How to RegisterEmail Facilitator Elizabeth Evans
  • Facilitator: Elizabeth Evans – [email protected]
  • Special Notes: Feel free to visit the Concordia University Servant Leader page for more information.

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  • Next Meeting Date: Thursday, April 18th
  • Meeting Time: 8:00 am – 9:00 am
  • Meeting Topic: 
  • Topic Summary:
  • Event Format: In-Person
  • Location: Founders Hall Room 148
  • How to Register: Email Kim Muench
  • Facilitator: Kim Muench – [email protected]

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  • Next Meeting Date: Thursday, April 25th
  • Meeting Time: 8:00 am – 9:00 am
  • Meeting Topic: Systems Thinking”
  • Topic Summary: “Goals are good for setting a direction, but systems are best for making progress.”  James Clear – Atomic Habits
  • Event Format: In-person OR Virtual
  • Join on your computer, mobile app or room device

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    Meeting ID: 227 730 202 167
    Passcode: M4S4mx

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  • Location: NEW FACILITATORS and LOCATION
  • Beyond Vision
    • 1540 S 108th Street – Milwaukee, WI 53214
  • How to Register: Email Facilitator Rob Buettner
  • Facilitator: Rob Buettner – [email protected]m

Milwaukee, WI

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Milwaukee, WI

  • Next Meeting Date: Monday, April 15th
  • Meeting Time: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
  • Meeting Topic: Conceptualization and Foresight
  • Topic Summary:
  • Event Format: In-person
  • Location: NPS Holdings, 3303 Spirit Way, Green Bay WI
  • How to Register: email [email protected]
  • Facilitator: Carla Buboltz
  • Special Notes: NEW ROUND TABLE OPPORTUNITY!

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  • Next Meeting Date: Friday, April 12th
  • Meeting Time: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
  • Meeting Topic: Stewardship
  • Topic Summary: 
  • Event Format: In-Person
  • Location: Keller, Inc.
    • N216 WI-55 Kaukauna, WI 54130
  • How to Register: Email [email protected]
  • Facilitator: Cole Burich – [email protected]
  • Facilitator: Kim Fenske – [email protected]
  • Special Notes: 

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  • Next Meeting Date: Friday, April 19th
  • Meeting Time: 8:30 am – 10:00 am CDT
  • Meeting TopicHumble Inquiry: to ask or to tell – that is the question.

     

     

  • Topic Summary: For those unfamiliar with the book, it offers guidance on how to provide “helpful help” [thank you, Hazel!] and how to avoid “telling.” 

     

     

     

     

  • Event Format: Virtual
  • How to Register: Email Facilitator – [email protected]
  • Facilitator: Joe Goss – [email protected]
  • Special Notes: Facilitators – Dave Bray and Joe Goss

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  • Next Meeting Date: Thursday, April 18th
  • Meeting Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm
  • Meeting Topic“Leadership by Heart vs. Leadership by Brain:
    Balancing Rationality & Empathy” 
     
  • Topic Summary: •One of the preference pairs in the four-dimension Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®
  • (MBTI ® ) personality preference assessment is the personality dimension of
    Thinking—-Feeling.

    •All human beings have brains, and all human beings have hearts.  Some of
    us are more inclined towards thinking – rational, logical, conceptual,
    objective.  Some of us are more inclined towards feeling – emotional,
    experiential, subjective.  

    •Both have strong roles to play in any human endeavor – especially in groups and
    teams. 
      

  • Event Format: In-Person
  • Location: PieperPower (Learning Center)
    • 6361 North Towne Road Windsor, WI 53598
  • How to Register: Email Facilitator – [email protected]
  • Facilitator: Robert Toomey

Register Now – NEW DAY AND TIME!!!

  • Next Meeting Date: Tuesday, April 23rd
  • Meeting Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
  • Meeting Topic: Leading with Vulnerability (& Accountability)
  • Topic Summary: In this session, we will explore the topic of vulnerability and address these questions: Can you be a strong leader and show vulnerability? Who are the “most vulnerable” that Greenleaf references in his best test? What is the connection between vulnerability and accountability?
  • Event Format: Virtual

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