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October 12th 2013:Servant Leadership and The Council of Equals—An Interview with George SanFacon and Gary Boelhower, PART ONE

“Participatory approaches [to governance] done well almost always result in higher levels of productivity and effectiveness. That is because they evoke higher levels of trust, morale, energy, and commitment—intangibles of the human spirit.” --George SanFacon Join Marianna for an enlivened discussion with George SanFacon and Gary Boelhower about various ways people can respectfully work together to accomplish a common goal. The principles of Servant Leadership and The Council of Equals can be effective in the workplace, a volunteer organization, a board of trustees, or a government cabinet.

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George SanFacon

While working as an administrator at the University of Michigan, George SanFacon pioneered and implemented a participatory approach to management and governance—the Council of Equals—that was nationally recognized for its innovation and effectiveness. He has written a manuscript titled The Council of Equals which will be published soon. George is also the author of A Conscious Person’s Guide to the Workplace, and co-author of the essay, Holistic Servant-Leadership (available free online at www.spearscenter.org). George lives and works as a part-time caretaker and host at Sunnyside, a private retreat center in southern Michigan. He also devotes time to environmental stewardship of the surro
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Gary Boelhower, PhD

Gary Boelhower, PhD is professor of theology and religious studies at The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN. where he teaches courses in ethics; spirituality; living, dying and grieving; servant leadership; and global leadership and ethics. He has been an educator for over 40 years as a high school teacher, college professor, chair of humanities, dean of lifelong learning, dean of graduate studies and vice president for academic affairs. He was co-founder and executive director of the Center for Spirituality and Leadership at Marian University in Fond du Lac, WI. He has consulted with a broad range of organizations on values integration, the respectful workplace, mission and vision, a
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