The meetings below provide support for Servant-Leaders on their journey and/or information for those interested in learning more about Servant-Leadership.

Roundtable Directory

Inside MilwaukeeOutside Milwaukee
MKE- WestMadison
MKE- North (Concordia)Fond du Lac
MKE- Downtown (MSOE)Green Bay
MKE- South (Alverno)LaCrosse Area
MKE- Central

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Servant Leader Roundtables -Milwaukee

First Thursday – MKE West-Waukesha
Zoom Meeting – March 4, 8:00am to 9:00am

Horsager said • Character: People notice those who do what is right ahead of what is easy. Leaders who have built this pillar consistently do what needs to be done when it needs to be done, whether they feel like doing it or not. It is the work of life to do what is right rather than what is easy.

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  • Email: Facilitator to receive an invite and join online for a virtual gathering, via Zoom.
  • Discussion Format :
    • Two breath introduction:
    • Roundtable conversation
    • Participant take-a-ways
    • Conclusion
  • Home Base: Waukesha

Second Thursday MKE North:
Zoom Meeting March 11, 7:30am – 8:30am

  • Facilitator: Elizabeth Evans- 262-243-4283 [email protected]
  • Topic: Awareness and Perception,
    “Open wide your perception so that you are aware of more sensory data and other signals from the environment. Awareness has its risks but it makes life more interesting . . . when you are aware, you are more alert, more intensely in contact with the immediate situation. You are able to store away more information that can be used in the future to produce intuitive insights when you need them.” William Blake said that “if the doors of perception were cleansed, everything will appear to man as it is, infinite.” (p.74) from The Servant As Leader (Contemporary edition), 2016, by Kent M Keith, editor
  • Home BaseConcordia University Wisconsin – Mequon,  12800 N. Lake Shore Drive Mequon WI 53097.
    • Concordia Servant Leadership The Concordia Servant Leader webpage includes general information, topics, and a registration link for each month. Please let us know you are coming.
    • Directions are on our posters on this page.
    • If you sign up in advance, we remind you the day prior!

Second Friday– MKE Downtown:
Zoom meeting – March 12, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

  • Facilitator: Doug Nelson, Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE)
  • Topic: TBA
  • Home Base: MSOE, CREATE Institute (Cudahy Student Center, Room CC 03, 1025 N. Broadway Street)
  • Register Here
  • E -mail: [email protected]

Third Thursday – MKE South:
Zoom meetingMarch 18, 8:00 am to 9:00 am

  • Facilitator: Kim Muench, [email protected] or 414-382-6091
  • Topic: “TBA”
  • Home Base: Alverno College – Milwaukee, 4300 S. 43rd Street, Milwaukee, WI 53234  
  • Contact: Alverno here for more information, attendance may be limited

Fourth Thursday – MKE Central:
Zoom meeting – February 25, 8:00 am to 9:15m

  • Facilitator: Dan Lococo, [email protected]
  • Topic: Diversity and questions – We can only truly know one another through the questions we ask and the answers we are open to. Depending on the question, the situation, and the relationship, these questions may (or may not) be welcome. And, yet, there they are…BA
  • Discussion format:
    • Two breath introduction
    • Roundtable conversation
    • Participant take-a-ways
    • Conclusion
  • Home base: Milwaukee – Summit Place Building (Glass Patio Room) – 6737 W. Washington Street – West Allis, WI 53214.
  • Mission and assumptions: Servant-Leader Milwaukee is a learning community for persons who are interested in learning more about Servant Leadership and connecting with others who are committed to walking the walk of the Servant-Leader. It is intended to be a resource to those who are committed to applying the leadership philosophy developed by Robert K. Greenleaf and commonly known as Servant Leadership.
  • For more details concerning Operating Agreements, Notes on Facilitation, and starting your own roundtable, see our Resources page.

Servant Leadership Discussions – WI

Fond du Lac, WI,  3rd Friday & 4th Tuesday each month,
Zoom meetings, 3rd Fridays 7:30 am to 8:30 am, 4th Tuesdays, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

  • Facilitator: TBA
  • Topic:   TBA
  • Register: Coffee & Conversation-A.M. or Leaders do Lunch P.M.
  • Discussion Format: A community of practice is a monthly opportunity for servant leaders to gather and learn with each other about actively practicing servant leadership. As a peer-facilitated meeting, attendees can expect to engage with others to learn best practices, explore questions, and share servant-leadership success stories and meaningful resources
  • Homebase:

Madison, WI, 3rd Friday:
Zoom meetings, 8:30 am to 10:00 am

LaCrosse, WI Community Discussions & Meetings:

  • Community Conversation: Wednesday, November 11
  • Facilitators: Currently Rick Kyte and Tom Thibodeau are holding a weekly zoom conference with leaders of non- profit organizations in LaCrosse.
  • Servant Leadership Bookclub 2nd Wed. from Sept. to May.
    Webex Virtual Meetings
    • Facilitator: Joanne Sandvick
    • Book: Life Is in the Transitions: Mastering Change at Any Age, by Bruce Feiler