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A Conversation with Vicki Floyd Clark

This week, we offer you a glimpse of Vicki Floyd Clark, who will be joining us at the Servant Leader Conference 2019 and speaking with her own brand of wisdom, warmth, and humor. Vicki is a servant leader who speaks across the country, looking to influence leaders to serve and teaching them how to increase the capacity of their organizations. She is an example of one person making an impact. After viewing this clip, I was struck by a couple things:

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Community of Practice

The solution for this group was to form a Community of Practice. It is designed so you can have a servant leadership training program that is self-sufficient. It begins with a cohort of leaders, who after receiving some initial servant leadership training from the Servant Leadership Institute; commit themselves to learn about and practice servant leadership behaviors.

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Behavior # 8: Increase your Influence

Your influence comes not from what you say, but from your behaviors and the way you live your life. Think about your daily actions. Whether you’re at work or a local coffee shop, how are you spreading influence around you? Do you consistently think about how you can add value? When you see others in need of help, do you offer a hand? Let’s explore deeper and dive into the positive ways you can increase your influence.  

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Music and Servant Leadership- say what?

The theme for this year’s servant leadership conference hosted by the Servant Leadership Institute is, “The Music of Servant Leadership.” You may think this is an odd theme for a leadership conference, so let me tell you a bit about the powerful vision we have.

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Collaboration the Servant Leadership Way

Listen as Robin Swift, President of SLI, and Carol Malinski, Head of Content & Curriculum at SLI, talk on the importance of collaboration within an organization and how Servant Leadership helps foster new trusting bonds integral for a good collaborative work environment.

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