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


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 TopicDeep Listening vs. Active Listening – Which serves the Servant Leader better? 
  • Topic Summary
  • Event Format: In-Person
  • Location: Machine Shed Restaurant (Pewaukee)
    • 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.


  • Next Meeting Date: Thursday, May 9th
  • Meeting Time: 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
  • Meeting Topic: Commitment to the Growth of People
  • Topic Summary: 


  • 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, May 9th
  • 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, May 16th
  • 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, May 23rd
  • Meeting Time: 8:00 am – 9:00 am
  • Meeting Topic:  Turning the Org Chart Upside-Down
  • Topic Summary: In the typical power leadership model, we are told to serve those to whom we report. However, authentic servant leadership flips the hierarchy upside down, and true effective leadership happens when we begin to serve those who report to us.


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

Milwaukee, WI

Milwaukee, WI

  • Next Meeting Date: Tuesday, May 7th
  • Meeting Time: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
  • Meeting Topic: Radical Hospitality
  • Topic Summary:
  • Event Format: In-person
  • Location: Viterbo University – Brophy Center Commons
  • How to Register: No RSVP Needed
  • Facilitator: Tom Thibodeau [email protected]
  • Next Meeting Date: Monday, May 20th
  • Meeting Time: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
  • Meeting Topic: Commitment to the Growth of People
  • Topic SummaryAt the core of servant leadership
    is a simple but powerful idea:

    should focus on helping their team members grow and succeed. This means they
    prioritize the personal and professional development of their people above all
    else. Servant leaders believe that by supporting others, they’re ultimately
    helping the whole team and the organization to thrive. It’s about putting
    others first and working together towards common goals.

  • Event Format: In-person
  • Location: NPS Holdings 3303 Spirit Way, Green Bay
  • How to Register: [email protected]
  • Facilitator: Carla Buboltz
  • Next Meeting Date: Friday, May 10th
  • Meeting Time: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
  • Meeting Topic: Commitment to the Growth of People
  • 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, May 17th
  • Meeting Time: 8:30 am – 10:00 am CDT
  • Meeting Topic: Humble Inquiry 

  • Topic Summary: When I am seeking assistance from someone, I often think of guidance from Humble Inquiry. I find Edgar Schein’s insights very valuable. You may as well.

    Outline for our meeting

    Chapters 3 and 4 of Humble Inquiry

    First, please accept my apology for handwritten notes in the text. A favorite high school teacher thought these amendments to the printed text add good value. I’ve been writing notes in books (I own) ever since! I hope these notes are not an annoyance.

    Second, if you are pressed for time, there is a summary at the end of both chapters. Neither summary does justice to the wisdom in the chapter, but both are a good start for the content.

    Please join our discussion! I look forward to seeing you.  

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

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  • Next Meeting Date: Thursday, April 16th
  • Meeting Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm
  • Meeting Topic“Helping, Fixing – or Serving?” (R. N. Remen) –
    A Challenge for Servant-Leaders 
  • Topic Summary:  Optional Pre-Meeting Reading:  “Helping, Fixing– or Serving?” by Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D.:

         Helping, Fixing Or Serving?, By Rachel Naomi Remen, MD | DailyGood 

  • 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, May 28th
  • Meeting Time: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
  • Meeting Topic: Leading Transition
  • Topic Summary: Very early in his life Robert Greenleaf heeded the advice of a college professor to “create change from inside a large institution,” and he accomplished just that during his decades of work with AT&T.

    So often we resign to responding to change and fail to recognize that as leaders we have both the influence, power, and opportunity to create the transition and change we wish to see in the world, not simply react to it.

    Using Dr. Henry Cloud’s, “Necessary Endings” as a resource, we’ll discuss:

    1. Identifying where endings and “pruning” are critical in our leadership.
    2. Adopting intentional change mindsets and roles.
    3. Practicing foresight to help change become less daunting.

    This session will be facilitated by Matt Kosec, Principal Consultant at Matthew Kosec Consulting, LLC.

  • Event Format: Virtual

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