Be a leader who helps people thrive
Servant Leadership has become a beacon for ethics-centered leaders since 1970, when AT&T manager Robert Greenleaf published a book describing the need for leaders who desire to serve first. Espoused by companies such as Zappos, Marriott, Starbucks, Whole Foods, REI and Nordstrom, Servant Leadership is neither a “soft” nor naïve form of leadership; rather, it’s one in which the growth, engagement and well-being of people are kept at the center of all decisions.
Known internationally for the study of Servant Leadership, Gonzaga University’s School of Leadership Studies has designed the Certificate in Servant Leadership to guide leaders in shaping organizational cultures in which people thrive.
In this 14-week, online course, you’ll explore Servant Leadership with a focus on application to real life. Through company case-studies, leader interviews, group discussions and more, you’ll not only shape your leadership identity, but develop a practical toolkit for applying Servant Leadership to your workplace and beyond.