Virtual Breakfast Meeting: The Art & Science of Servant Leadership
April 24, 2021
8:30 AM CDT - 9:30 AM CDT
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Today more than ever the world demands a different leadership role model, leaders, and leadership with a different perspective. We need leaders who do not think about leadership being only in terms of power and control. We need leaders who just do not think outside the box but need to widen it. The world needs leaders who lead on the higher level where the focus of the leaders in addition to results are also good relationships and focus on the greater good. The world needs a servant leader role model.
In this presentation, we will discover the seven pillars of Servant Leadership, the core leadership competencies within each pillar, and how these constitute an essential set of skills that contribute to leadership effectiveness. We will learn why servant leadership is the strong leadership tool that is being praised as.
- Define & understand Servant Leadership principles
- Ways to apply Servant Leadership both in personal & professional life
- Ask key questions to answer that will initiate conversations and lead the way by serving others
Date & Time: Saturday, April 24, 2021, 8:30 AM CT – 9:30 AM CT
Duration: 60 Minutes
Cancellation and No-Show Policy: There will be no refunds on registration!
Speaker: Ravi Avasarala, PMP, DASSM, CSM, SAFe SA, LSSBB
Ravi Avasarala is an Advisor Project Management, Enterprise Program & Project Delivery at CVS Health, an Innovation Health Care company that puts people on their path to better health. He has 20 years of experience in Information Technology with a broad background in project/program management, technology, and software development. He has been an active member of the PMI Chicagoland Chapter since 2009 and currently the VP-Marketing & Communications. He was a graduating member of the 2018 PMI Leadership Institute Master Class (LIMC), which is a year-long global program that helped him in honing personal, leadership, management & volunteering skills and committed to applying the knowledge at his local chapter and work/personal life.
$5.00 Member Ticket
$7.00 Non-Member Ticket