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October 19th 2013:Storytelling about Servant Leadership and The Council of Equals— PART TWO with George SanFacon and Gary Boelhower

We always remember a good story—it moves us, we love it or hate it, we can relate to a character, and it can drive a message home. In last week's show we learned about Servant Leadership and The Council of Equals. This week George SanFacon and Gary Boelhower will tell us stories about applying these practices in the real world. The principles of Servant Leadership and _The Council of Equals—_a way in which people can respectfully work together to accomplish a common goal—can be effective in the workplace, a volunteer organization, a board of trustees, or a government cabinet. The enterprise c

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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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