Ethics in Leadership

 Wisconsin Conversation on Servant Leadership

Leading with Hope in Difficult Times

 June 19, 2008

“Servant leadership is an interesting phrase—a positioning of apparent opposites, which immediately causes us to think freshly.”
—Peter Senge, author, The Fifth Discipline

Servant leadership is gaining popularity across the nation as both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations discover that it leads to better performance, higher workplace satisfaction, and a more meaningful life. Learn how the ideas of the servant leadership movement began in the reflections of Robert K. Greenleaf, and find out how institutions in Wisconsin are implementing those ideas at the Wisconsin Conversation on Servant Leadership.


OkelloObang Okello was an 11-year-old when his life dramatically changed. Living in a border village between Ethiopia and Sudan, he was a constant witness to the endless peril of war. One day in school, the building was bombed and in the resulting inferno he escaped and began a treacherous 1,000 mile, 40-day barefoot walk to the refugee camps of Kenya. Eventually, he resettled in the United States where he began a new life. He is a graduate of Bethel College in St. Paul where he studied business and theology.



A look at how the ideas of servant leadership are being implemented in organizations throughout the state of Wisconsin, featuring presentations by: 

Robin Anderson
Executive Director, Mason City Chamber of Commerce

Trevor Hall
Program Coordinator, Master of Arts in Servant Leadership, Viterbo University

Jeffrey Dols
Vice President, Wells Fargo

Richard Sage
Director, Catholic Charities
Diocese of La Crosse

Georgia Christensen, FSPA 
Dean of Graduate Studies, Viterbo University

Tammy Koenecke
Director, Parish Nursing
Reedsburg Medical Center    

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