Servant Leadership for Educators

In-Person or Live Online

Course Description

Servant Leadership for Educators

The most valuable asset a school has is engaged faculty and families, and servant leadership is the richest soil in which such deeper relationships will flourish. 

In general, it's much less expensive to keep a current students than to recruit new ones. Servant leadership is an attitude, a culture, a philosophy and set of habits that enriches the lives of people throughout your organization and community. 

Creating an excellent experience for people internally and externally day-to-day is the goal of this course because their commitment stems from feeling connected and loved. Because of the multiple benefits, it only make sense to develop the habits of servant leadership among every employee along with volunteers.

This course emphasizes the ownership each employee has for these critical relationships. Core to creating a strong servant leadership culture is clarifying values, developing the best attitudes and practices, and becoming an advocate for excellence. We explore the habits of customer service that are built on genuine interest in and respect for people with the ultimate goal of engaging raving fans.

Course Objectives

  • Identify the core concepts of servant leadership
  • Awareness of how others perceive influence skills and habits
  • Describe ways to invite conversations with peers, students, parents, and other school leaders
  • Practices that reflect thoughtfulness, empathy and a willingness to listen
  • Develop a list of personal goals to consistently improve servant leadership practice 

Ideal Participants

  • Heads, Administrators, Superintendents, Directors, Divisional Leaders
  • Enrollment, Advancement, Operational Personnel
  • Teachers, Coaches, Staff
  • Volunteers
  • Board Leaders


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To inquire about School Growth customizing and teaching this course live for your school or organization, please complete the form below.