Servant Leader


Rev. Loey Powell »

March 30, 2014

“I am much more aware, as a servant leader and someone who went through the Nollau Institute, of the importance of making space for the possibility that I just don’t know everything!  I learn so much from those with whom I work.”


Sue Knutson »

March 3, 2014

"As a servant leader, I strive to enhance the quality of life for those individuals who choose to make Samaritan Bethany their home and provide a desired workplace for employees."


Michelle Just »

January 29, 2014

"A servant leader is most passionate about the people with whom they serve and cultivates an environment that empowers and inspires individuals to play a significant role in the enhancement of an organization’s mission and the greater community."


Ellen Kvalheim »

January 2, 2014

"A servant leader seeks to serve others in serving Christ. A servant leader takes risks and makes sacrifices with integrity and conviction to benefit the growth and development of other people served."


Denise B. Rabidoux »

November 23, 2013

"Servant leadership is seeing with your heart. A servant leader acknowledges that leadership is defined by the conscious ability to meet the desires and needs of others, taking the time to listen and to see, and then serving through daily actions."


Rev. Kristina Lizardy-Hajbi »

August 28, 2013

Being a servant leader means letting vision and mission be the guide of all action and decision-making, rather than budgets, time constraints, or even my own desires for the organization. Those things can certainly guide and inform the vision and mission, but they don't supercede the overall purpose.

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