Servant Leadership

About the Program

Servant leadership is a philosophy and set of practices that enriches the lives of individuals, builds better organizations and ultimately creates a more just community and a caring world.

We’re proud to partner with Viterbo University to offer you a renowned two-part servant leadership program. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn servant leadership skills from nationally recognized, in-demand facilitator Tom Thibodeau. The takeaways from each session are timely, practical and impactful.

The program is broken into two sections so you can enter the program at either of the two points – Fall or Spring.


Program Format

This program is broken into two sessions, each consisting of four classes. Guests must register for a full session; individual class registration is not available. The sessions are not sequential, so you can start with either the Fall Session or the Spring Session. Below, find the dates and topics for both sessions.

October 22, 2020

Servant Leadership: Theory and Practice

October 29, 2020

Leadership is Who You Are

November 5, 2020

Ethical Decision-Making

November 19, 2020

Leading Change

February 25, 2021

Mission, Vision, and Values

March 4, 2021

Affirmation and Accountability

March 25, 2021

Building Community

April 1, 2021

A Servant-Led Culture


Our most acclaimed class! What people are saying …

“This class provides great insight into the role of servant leadership in our communities & businesses. As a leader it has helped me look more at the impact I have on others & how I serve them rather than the focus being on me.”

Lori Hortman

Altra Federal Credit Union

“The classes provide an excellent opportunity for self-reflection and self-evaluation. It was also good to share experiences with other members of our community that I may not have had another chance to interact with.”

Karen Kouba


“Entry level ownership would achieve satisfying results from attending this class. More than a class, it’s an opportunity to share life’s experiences as individuals in the community.”
Joe Skemp

Modern Crane Service


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