|Inside Milwaukee||Outside Milwaukee|
|MKE- North (Concordia)||Fond du Lac|
|MKE- Downtown (MSOE)||LaCrosse Area|
|MKE- South (Alverno)|
The meetings below provide support for Servant-Leaders on their journey and/or information for those interested in learning more about Servant-Leadership. Most meetings are virtual, and all are free to attend. More information on how to register is below.
Servant Leader Roundtables -Milwaukee
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General Format of Milwaukee Roundtable Discussions
1) 2-breath introductions
2) Frame the roundtable discussion topic
3) Open discussion
4) Ask each participant to identify one take-away from the conversation
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.
First Thursday – MKE West-Waukesha: Email facilitators to join monthly Zoom meetings
Zoom Meeting – October 7, 8:00am to 9:00am
- Facilitator(s): Gene Wright [email protected] or Mike Helbig [email protected]
- Topic: “Consistency: It’s the little things-done consistently-that make the biggest difference. The little things done consistently make for a higher level of trust and better results.
Registration: E-mail facilitator to receive an invite and join online for a virtual gathering, via Zoom (through January 2022)
Join us if you can. Share with a like-minded friend or colleague!
Second Thursday – MKE North:
Zoom Meeting – Thursday October 14, 2021 7:30am to 8:30am
- Facilitator(s): Elizabeth Evans- 262-243-4283 [email protected]
- Topic: Goodbye Command and Control
- “People organize together to accomplish more, not less. Behind every organizing impulse I hope that by joining with others we can accomplish something important that we could not accomplish alone. And this impulse to organize in order to accomplish more is not only true of humans but found in all living systems. Every living thing seeks to create a world in which it can thrive. . . As a living system self-organizes, it develops shared understanding of what’s important, what’s acceptable behavior, what actions are required, and how these actions will get done. It develops channels of communication, networks of workers, and complex physical structures. And as the system develops, new capacities emerge. Looking at this list of what a self-organizing system creates leads to the realization that the system can do for itself most of what leaders have felt was necessary to do to it.”
Margaret J. Wheatly, Finding Our Way: Leadership for an Uncertain Time. (Berrett-Koehler 2007) p. 66.
- Home Base– Concordia University Wisconsin– Mequon, 12800 N. Lake Shore Drive Mequon WI 53097.
- Register Here
- If you sign up in advance, we remind you the day prior!
Second Friday– MKE Downtown:
Zoom meeting – October 8, 12:00 pm to 12:50 pm
- Facilitator(s): Doug Nelson, Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) [email protected]
- Topic: Trust and Inspire
- Home Base: MSOE, CREATE Institute (Via Zoom and in-person at the Grohmann Tower, Room GT 402, 233 East Juneau Avenue)
- Register Here
Third Thursday – MKE South:
Zoom meeting – October 21, 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
- Facilitator: Kim Muench, [email protected] or 414-382-6091
- Topic: Building Community
- Home Base: Alverno College – Milwaukee, 4300 S. 43rd Street, Milwaukee, WI 53234
- Register Here
Fourth Thursday – MKE Central:
Zoom meeting – October 28, 8:00 am to 9:00 am
- Facilitator: Dan Lococo, [email protected]
- Topic: What does it mean t be aware of disability employment?
Servant Leadership Discussions – WI
As always, the Servant-Leader roundtable is a place for first-person conversation among thoughtful people.
- Home base: Milwaukee – Summit Place Building (Glass Patio Room) – 6737 W. Washington Street – West Allis, WI 53214.
- Registration: E-mail facilitator to receive an invite and join online for a virtual gathering, via Zoom
Fond du Lac, WI, 3rd Friday 7:30-8:30 a.m. & 4th Tuesday 11:30 am- 12:20 pm
- 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: sophiapartners.org/event
Madison, WI, 3rd Friday: October 15, 2021
Zoom meetings, 8:30 am to 10:00 am
- Facilitator: Joe Goss, email for details
- Community Conversation: Wednesdays – hosted by Viterbo University
- Contact: Tom Thibodeau
- Servant Leadership Bookclub 2nd Wed. from Sept. to May.
via Virtual Meetings
- Email: For more information contact: Tom Thibodeau