Would you like to know more about Servant-Leadership and our activities? The following articles, reports and blogs might be of interest to you.
Reports & news
Cross Atlantic Workshop
On 21 May 2015 the Greenleaf Center for Servant-Leadership Brussels hosted a workshop for a cross-Atlantic group of 21 students and 2 professors of the Konstanz University of Applied Science (Germany) and the Elizabethtown College (United States). The group spent a week in Brussels to explore ‘Leadership & Hospitality’ with EU Institutions. Interested in the results of this program? Read the report.
Workshop University of Leuven
On 8 May 2015 the Greenleaf Center for Servant-Leadership Brussels hosted a workshop for a select group of students at the University of Leuven. The Greenleaf Center’s hosting team first explained the concept of Servant-Leadership. After discussing some examples, students were invited to discover how they can become servant-leaders themselves. They then defined their own individual Action Plan with concrete steps to follow up. The students valued the workshop as a truly enriching experience. Read more about this event.
Workshop Ghent University
Greenleaf Center Brussels hosted a Servant-Leadership workshop at the University of Ghent on March 24, 2015. Around 100 organisational psychology students learned about the concept of Servant-Leadership and discovered how to become servant-leaders themselves. Read more about this inspiring day.
On 25 November 2014 the Greenleaf Center for Servant-Leadership Brussels hosted a workshop for Leadarise, a network for young female professionals and entrepreneurs, at the cosy venue of The Library Europe. The two-hour session aimed to help participants discover how they can become servant-leaders themselves: How can they lead without having a management position? How can they make people around them grow. Read the report to find out more.
Servant-Leadership in Brussels
In 2014, the European Commission engaged the Greenleaf Center for Servant-Leadership Brussels to deliver a personal development programme called ‘Servant-Leadership in practice’. This 3-month programme went beyond creating awareness and understanding about Servant-Leadership. It allowed taking lessons learned from making first steps in the practical application of Servant-Leadership in the daily working environment. The programme started in November 2014 and ran until mid-January 2015.